Monday, July 29, 2013

Changing of the guard at Interfleet Technology

Written by  William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief
Larry Kelterborn Larry Kelterborn

Interfleet Technology Inc. North America President Larry Kelterborn will be stepping down from his current position effective Aug. 1 2013, assuming a consultant role. Parent company SNC-Lavalin Transportation Senior Vice President Bill Fullerton is his replacement.

Kelterborn will continue to serve as an advisor to Interfleet’s senior management team and will also continue to provide strategic consultancy services to Interfleet’s industry clients. His new role “will additionally see him serving as an ambassador within the industry for Interfleet, continuing to represent the company on various industry regulatory and standards committees and identifying business opportunities for Interfleet and its parent-company, SNC-Lavalin,” the company said.

Bill FullertonKelterborn has almost 40 years’ experience in the international rail industry. He founded the specialist rail consultancy LDK Engineering in 1982. Interfleet Technology acquired LDK in 2007, following which Kelterborn became President of Interfleet’s North American operation. “Under Larry’s leadership the Interfleet team has grown and developed to its current position as one of the leading rail vehicles and systems engineering consultancies in North America,” Interfleet said.

Bill Fullerton (pictured, bottom) has more than 30 years of senior leadership experience in the field of infrastructure development, in the planning, design, construction, and operation of transportation projects, under both public and P3 arrangements throughout the world.

“This new arrangement blends Larry’s consultancy expertise with Bill’s management experience to the benefit of Interfleet’s North American team and its clients,” Interfleet said. “The combination of roles will aid the North American team in broadening its product offering and maximize synergies between Interfleet and SNC-Lavalin.”