|APICS Bluegrass Chapter|
Professional Development Meeting
"The R. J. Corman Way"
Presented by Craig King, President & CEO, R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
101 R.J. Corman Drive Nicholasville, KY 859/ 881-2431
Craig King joined R. J. Corman in 2013 after a 35 year career at CSX with responsibilities in Engineering and Transportation. He is responsible for overseeing the overall operations of all R. J. Corman companies.
In 1973, Richard J. Corman graduated from high school and began his career in railroad construction with a backhoe, a dump truck, and a tenacious spirit. Driven first by his remarkable operator skills and then by his commitment to safe and reliable service, Richard “R. J.” Corman spent the next 40 years growing the business into one of the nation’s leading railroad service providers.
Today, R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC serves all seven major North American railroads, as well as many regional and shortline railroads. Although the company is still headquartered in Corman’s hometown of Nicholasville, Kentucky, its field offices have spread across 24 states, reaching as far west as Arizona, and operate in many more. These operations encompass an array of services, including railroad construction, 12 shortlines, 15 switching services, 21 derailment service divisions, 10 material yards, aircraft maintenance, dispatching, distribution centers, signal construction, Railpower locomotive design, two dinner trains, and the recently acquired Roadway Worker Training.
Space is limited Reservation Deadline: 1pm, Monday, Nov. 17th
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