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10/22/2004



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RMI to reorganize, augment Atlanta offices



Yesterday, RMI announced it will reorganize and expand its Atlanta headquarters about 20 percent.

In the mid-1980s, the company started off with a 2,500-square-foot office in Atlanta; now, RMI will use 32,000 square feet of office space.

"As companies continue to rely more and more on rail transportation services in this era of expanding rail traffic … we are ideally positioned to capitalize on rail industry growth," said RMI Chairman Pete Kleifgen in a prepared statement. "To participate in that growth and ensure a high level of service, we are moving our organization closer to our customers."

RMI provides Web-based information services designed to help transportation companies manage rail operations, improve customer service and reduce costs. The company processes more than five million carloads annually for railroads, rail shippers and rail-car owners.

"Our management team has determined that our future is dependent on a service approach that gets us closer to our clients and deploys our resource groups more openly across all of our service areas," said RMI President Mac Purdy.


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