Jeremy Bush has been elevated to Director of Operations at Dallas, Tex.-based TNW Corp., which provides transportation, logistics, rail-served real estate, and railcar storage services. Also, the company’s logistics facility in Etter has been selected as a BNSF Premier Transload Site.
Bush joined the company in 2022 and served most recently as its Superintendent of Operations at TXGN Railway, TXR Railway, POV (Port of Victoria, Tex.) and TNW Logistics-Gonzales. Previously, Bush worked at Norfolk Southern, rising through the ranks from Conductor to Terminal Superintendent. He also served New Orleans Public Belt as Manager of Operating Practices.
Bush will now be responsible for overseeing and integrating all operational aspects of TNW Corp.’s Rail and Logistics divisions. This encompasses strategic planning, safety management, financial performance, budgeting, capital investment returns, policy development, and regulatory compliance, as well as employee recruitment, retention, and training. He will report to TNW Chief Operating Officer Bobby Franklin.
“Jeremy’s deep experience and outstanding leadership make him a superb fit for this position,” said Franklin, who joined TNW Corp. in 2020 and was promoted to his current role in fall 2023. “He has consistently demonstrated operational excellence and dedication to his teams. We are excited to have him in this role.”
Meanwhile, TNW Corp. also reported that TNW Logistics-Etter has been selected as a BNSF Premier Transload Site. The Etter site is situated in the Texas Panhandle on BNSF’s Pacific Northwest Corridor, and offers more than 11,000 spaces for railcar storage.
“I’m proud of our team for the hard work they did in earning this distinction”, TNW Corp. CEO Paul Treangen said. “Our already strong relationship with BNSF is now stronger than ever, and we anticipate further growth of our transloading and other service offerings from this recognition.”
TNW Logistics provides transloading, railcar storage, warehousing, commercial development, and transportation services to local, regional and global companies. It offers four logistics facilities in Texas: Etter, Gonzales, Brownwood and POV.