Cruise-only cruise systems have hit record highs: Oracle
Oracle CEO Satya Nadella said the company is on track to surpass a record high for passenger and freight rail passengers and freight shipments this year, according to a memo obtained by Reuters.
The company has already exceeded a new record for passenger rail passenger rail shipments, Nadell said in the memo, obtained by the Wall Street Journal.
He did not give a specific figure.
Oracle said on Tuesday it will open a second cruise-only terminal in Portland, Oregon, next year, after launching the first in New York in January.
The company has been expanding its service to more destinations, including Boston, Las Vegas, Seattle and Portland.
Oracle, based in Sunnyvale, California, also has an automated cruise system that will open in Las Vegas in 2021, Nidell said.
The system is set to become operational next year.
The firm’s total rail freight shipments for the year is now over a billion dollars, including a record-setting total of 3.9 billion passenger rail freight deliveries in 2021.