People News: LRW Names Scholarship Honorees, IANA Announces Academic Competition Winner, Quandel Hires New VP

The League of Railway Women (LRW) has awarded its 2020 Connie Sumara Memorial Scholarship ($2,000) and the inaugural LRW Future of Railroading Scholarship ($1,000) to TrinityRail Operations Manager Megan Forbes and Jessica Labrecque, respectively. An undergraduate team fielded by Georgia Southern University won the Intermodal Association of North America’s (IANA) tenth Logistics and Supply Chain Academic Competition. Additionally, Chicago-based Quandel Consultants has named David M. Simon Vice President-Director of Wisconsin Operations.

A Look Ahead With CN President and CEO JJ Ruest: Rail Group On Air Podcast

CN President and CEO JJ Ruest, in his second Rail Group on Air appearance, describes his vision for CN’s future as the industry pushes forward following a challenging second quarter. Ruest, Railway

Mitchell Named CCO of TrinityRail

Trinity Industries, Inc. recently named Gregg B. Mitchell the Chief Commercial Officer of TrinityRail.

TrinityRail®: Hourglass™, TrinFlo™ the New Shape of Railcars

North America’s premier provider of railcar products and services, TrinityRail, brought two new railcars to exhibit at Railway Interchange 2019: the Hourglass™ and the TrinFlo™.

Trinity: “Significantly Improved” 3Q19 Results

Trinity Industries, Inc. recently announced earnings results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019, which include “significantly improved” year-over-year growth in revenue, operating profit and earnings per share.

TRMS announces expansion plans

Trinity Industries, Inc. recently announced that its subsidiary, TrinityRail Maintenance Services, Inc. (TRMS), has agreed to purchase land for the construction of a new maintenance facility in Shell Rock, Iowa.

Trinity 4Q18: Orders, backlog grow

Trinity Industries, Inc., in announcing financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended Dec. 31, 2018, reported that its Rail Products Group posted railcar orders and deliveries of 8,045 and 5,285, respectively, during the fourth quarter, compared to orders and deliveries of 3,180 and 6,150, respectively, during the same period last year. The railcar backlog at year’s end stood at $3.6 billion, compared to $2.2 billion on Dec. 31, 2017.