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Rail supplier news from Road & Rail, Southern National, RSI and Everysens (July 19)


Road & Rail Services LLC, a third-party logistics services provider, has acquired Southern National Track Service Inc. of Rockledge, Florida. The acquisition expands the geographic footprint of Road & Rail’s track services division in the southeastern United States. Southern National will continue serving existing and new customers throughout the southeast, operating as a division of Road & Rail. "The additional scale provided by this acquisition enhances our company’s ability to provide critical infrastructure solutions for public and private organizations across a wide range of industries," said Road & Rail President Kevin Brandon in a press release.

The Railway Supply Institute has named Sheena Prevette director of regulatory and industry affairs. Prevette joins RSI from Union Tank Car Co., where she will continue to serve as director of scheduling optimization. Her experience includes leading process design, managing technical and quality assurance program reviews and overseeing regulatory certifications for facilities throughout North America. As RSI’s regulatory and industry affairs director, Prevette will develop technical and regulatory strategies related to quality, safety and operational issues of concern to RSI members.

Arkema, Fret SNCF and Everysens unveiled the first results of a project aimed at improving the performance of rail-car traffic. The three entities have compared their respective data to identify areas of optimizing traffic flow. Chemicals company Arkema uses freight rail to transport nearly 4,000 insulated rail cars operated by Fret SNCF every year. However, visibility on the date and time of arrival remains limited. Arkema began working with Everysens in 2020 to manage rail logistics in real time. The data-sharing project focused on three months of data, which Fret SNCF will use to establish an action plan to reduce rail-car waiting times, according to a joint press release.

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