RAILWAY AGE MAY 2021 ISSUE: The mantra of these railroaders: Making a difference. They’re not only helping to shape the industry, but also tomorrow’s leaders.
Watco is now offering a 222-acre transloading facility near Refugio, Tex., to support the bulk, chemicals, oil and gas, wind energy, agriculture, and steel industries.
Railway Age is pleased to present the results of its second annual Readers’ Influential Leaders program.
CN and Watco have reached an agreement on the sale of rail lines in Northern Ontario, Wisconsin and Michigan, the companies reported March 30.
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, Dan Smith, CEO of Watco, discusses how listening to customers, asking questions, and learning to solve their problems creates value.
The RailPulse℠ joint venture has selected Princeton Consultants to design its technology platform that “will facilitate and accelerate the adoption of telematics across the North American railcar fleet.”
Watco subsidiary Ringneck & Western Railroad LLC is purchasing the 285-mile Mitchell to Rapid City rail line in South Dakota.
MidRail LLC Chairman Gil Lamphere and Watco CEO Dan Smith are joining an expert panel sharing growth strategies at Railway Age’s Next-Gen Freight Rail 2021, to be held virtually March 10.
Named a top transportation and logistics company on the Forbes annual list of America’s best employers, Watco has teamed with Crowley to serve the offshore wind energy industry.