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Rail supplier news from TekTracking, Comply365, Stantec and PS Logistics (Jan. 10)

A Class I recently adopted TekTracking's Commander Terminal Automation System for use in Texas.
Photo – TekTracking LLC


TekTracking LLC, a developer in railroad asset management and control technology, announced a East-West Class I has adopted the company's Commander Terminal Automation System. The technology is designed to streamline the blue flag process at a primary mainline fueling facility located in San Antonio, Texas. TekTracking also delivered components of its system to another Class I, where it will be used at a mechanical facility in Kentucky.

Comply365 LLC and Vistair Ltd. announced the completion of a merger to create a global provider of compliance, safety and data intelligence technologies serving the aviation, defense and rail industries. Current Vistair CEO Rob Morgan has been appointed CEO of the combined company; current Comply365 CEO Tom Samuel has been appointed vice chairman of the combined company’s board. Samuel will lead the integration of the two businesses. Terms of the transaction were not announced.

Stantec has signed an agreement to acquire Morrison Hershfield (MH), a 1,150-person engineering and management firm focused on transportation, buildings and environmental services. The addition will increase Stantec’s staff in Canada by 10%. Among many transportation projects, MH was the owner’s engineer on the Confederation and Trillium lines of Ottawa’s light-rail transit system, with 27 miles of new light rail and 24 stations.

PS Logistics has acquired Buddy Moore Trucking of Birmingham, Alabama. The transaction enhances PS Logistics’ flatbed, dedicated dry van and brokerage operations, and diversifies its modal and service offerings in the southeast United States. Operating nearly 25 years as a family-owned business, Buddy Moore Trucking has grown to include a 130-truck flatbed division, 120-truck dedicated van division and fast-growing non-asset logistics division.

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