RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2022 ISSUE: Railway Age’s Women in Rail awards program celebrates strong women who excel at leadership, serving the community and contributing to the industry—above and beyond their day-to-day job responsibilities.
R.J. Corman Railroad Group donates hi-rail truck to The Bluegrass Railroad Museum. Also, Patriot Rail Company LLC completes acquisition of Pioneer Lines, Inc.
Jacksonville, Fla.-based Patriot Rail Company LLC announced on Aug. 8 that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Denver-based Pioneer Lines, Inc., a railroad holding company operating 15 short line railroads
In support of its newly launched Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) program, Pioneer Lines has joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay® Transport Partnership program.
The North Carolina Railroad Company has launched an economic development initiative. Also, Pioneer Lines has reached a safety milestone: 12 consecutive months without injury network-wide.
Port 10 Watco Rail Logistics will start work next month on a new 400-car storage-in-transit (SIT) yard in Texas. Also, Pioneer Lines’ Napoleon, Defiance & Western Railway will serve a multi-million-dollar fertilizer plant, to be launched in Ohio in 2024.
Pioneer Lines has named Matthew Service Senior Vice President of Corporate Development. In addition, California’s Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) has appointed Eddy Cumins General Manager, succeeding Farhad Mansourian.
Kansas City Southern (KCS) appoints Vice President Transportation; Pioneer Lines names Chief Financial Officer and Chief Commercial Officer; and Regional Rail selects Vice President, Strategic Projects.
As Denver, Colo.-based short line holding company Pioneer Railcorp celebrates 35 years of business, it has unveiled a new logo and name: Pioneer Lines.