The Association of American Railroads (AAR) has awarded CSX and its wholly-owned subsidiary Total Service Distribution Inc. (TDSI) with an award for the highest-quality automotive ramp service performance in the country. “The recognition of these facilities is indicative of the level of quality we deliver throughout our network of world-class vehicle distribution centers,” Clarence Gooden, executive vice president and chief commercial officer, CSX, said in a news release. “Our core strategy for our automotive customers focuses on delivering safe, high-quality service every day, and we appreciate the recognition of the hard work of our automotive network employees.” The AAR bestows
The Association of American Railroads (AAR) has recognized a CSX employee with the John H. Chafee Environmental Excellence Award for his outstanding environmental leadership, especially in the area of fuel efficiency. Suneil Kuthiala is a director of advanced engineering at CSX and has 14 years of service with the company in positions across engineering and technology. Currently, Kuthiala oversees the implementation and development of a technology solution, GE’s Trip Optimizer, to improve fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. “CSX has a strong record of industry leadership around environmental excellence, and I’m proud to see Suneil recognized with this
CSX has taken a number of actions to overcome the transition in the energy markets in recent years, emerging a stronger company that is better positioned to capitalize on momentum across nearly all the markets it serves, Chief Financial Officer Fredrik Eliasson told investors and analysts at the Baird Global Industrials Conference this month in Chicago.
CSX is positioning itself to continue delivering strong financial results by balancing stabilized service levels, improving efficiency and continued growth opportunities, Chief Transportation Officer Cindy Sanborn told an industry audience this week at the annual RailTrends conference in New York City.
CSX has appointed Kellen Riley as its South Carolina Industrial Development Manager. In this role, Riley will be responsible for managing existing customer partnerships, helping to locate rail-served industries along the CSX network in South Carolina and identifying new development sites throughout the state.