New executives have joined freight rail and transit car parts manufacturer Strato, Inc., and marine chassis provider and pool manager TRAC Intermodal.
Alex Wu is joining Keolis North America as Vice President of Digital Transformation and Chief Information Officer. Also, at Mitsui Rail Capital (MRC), Ashley Dietiker is taking on the role of Commercial Operations and Customer Service Manager; and at TRAC Intermodal, Jake Gilene is succeeding Jim Bowe, who retired as Chief Commercial Officer on March 28.
Global rail fastening supplier Pandrol has received a CO2-neutral label for its under tie pads. Also, marine chassis pool manager and equipment provider TRAC Intermodal has partnered American Made Chassis (AMC) to boost its fleet of 40-foot chassis.
STV has expanded its Austin, Tex., presence with a second downtown office. Also, Tealinc, Ltd., is now accepting applications for its 2022 scholarship program, and TRAC Intermodal has teamed with ZEBOX to help support startups in the supply chain and transportation/logistics spaces.
TRAC Intermodal and Columbia Group have relocated the TRAC Bayonne Chassis Yard from Bayonne to Jersey City in northern New Jersey, effective Dec. 13, 2021. The new facility is located near the GCT Bayonne Terminal.
Nozomi Networks and Cervello have partnered to offer rail cybersecurity solutions. In addition, Skanska USA-designed and built AirTrain stations at San Francisco International Airport have received LEED Gold certifications; TRAC Intermodal has been named best overall chassis provider at the Port of New York and New Jersey; and Trapeze Group and Sentient Science are teaming to help transit agencies plan and budget for track maintenance.
TRAC Intermodal has reported investing more than $1 billion over the past 10 years to expand and modernize its marine chassis fleet.
BNSF Logistics has selected TRAC Intermodal as Intermodal Equipment Provider of the Year.
Six major companies in the railway and intermodal supply space have reported developments in joint ventures and charitable works.
TRAC Intermodal has named Kenneth Forster as Chief Executive Officer at subsidiary FYX Fleet Roadside Assistance, a provider of emergency fleet services for the intermodal and over-the-road trucking industries. Forster, whose appointment is effective Feb. 8, 2021, replaces FYX Vice President Rodney Goderwis, who is retiring. He will report to TRAC Intermodal CEO Daniel Walsh.