Pennsylvania-based Precision Terminal Logistics has added rail-served warehouse and yard capacity in New Orleans, La., and Savanna, Ga., to its transload terminal network spanning 15 states, company owners Anacostia Rail Holdings and Brown Brothers Harriman Capital Partners Opportunities Fund, L.P. reported on Jan. 11.
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RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2021 ISSUE: Railway Age’s Women in Rail awards recognize leaders for driving their businesses forward while making a difference in the industry and in their communities.
Anacostia Rail Holdings (ARH) has created an Advisory Board consisting of four individuals “with extensive leadership experience in the railroad industry.” Ronald L. Batory, Rodney Case, Andrew Fox, and Dean H. Wise will assist the company “in meeting its strategic objectives.”
Anacostia Rail Holdings (ARH) has promoted Kimia Khatami to Corporate Senior Director of Business Development, and hired Diana Turubanova as Manager of Customer Service for its Pacific Harbor Line (PHL), which serves the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
The next time you’re golfing on Long Island, N.Y., and you hit a ball into a sand trap, think of the Brookhaven Rail Terminal (BRT), a rail/truck transload facility in Yaphank, Town of Brookhaven.
The remaining five of Anacostia Rail Holdings Company’s (ARH) six short line subsidiaries are now certified partners of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay® Transport Partnership program.
Railway Age’s seventh annual Rail Insights Conference will be a three-hour virtual event on June 17 featuring top industry speakers, including BNSF President and CEO Katie Farmer.
Already the leader in fuel-efficient surface transportation, the railroad industry is now making every effort to be a part of the solution to improving the environment, and the short line industry is all in on a variety of fronts.
As part of a special series in Railway Age’s March 2021 issue, 11 North American railroad CEOs address the daunting challenges the freight rail industry faces as the 21st century enters its third decade—from operations and technology to marketing and growth. Here, Peter Gilbertson, Chairman of Anacostia Rail Holdings, covers how systemic improvements in customer service are essential to revenue growth.
Donald Itzkoff and Eric Jakubowski will represent Patriot Rail Company LLC and Anacostia Rail Holdings, respectively, on the Surface Transportation Board’s Railroad-Shipper Transportation Advisory Council (RSTAC).