Quinn named CEO at RJ Corman

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NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. — Edward Quinn III, a 22-year veteran of the transportation and manufacturing industries, has been named the new president and CEO of R.J. Corman Railroad Group LLC. Quinn is expected to take office on Oct. 24, according to a news release issued this week.

“Speaking on behalf of the R.J. Corman Board of Directors and Trustees, we are delighted to welcome Mr. Quinn to serve as our President and CEO,” says Sandra Adams, a Corman board member. “Having worked with Mr. Quinn previously, I am confident he is the right leader for our company moving forward. Ed has the intellect and integrity to lead our company as well as the passion for our employees and customers that is necessary for continued improvement.”

Quinn has had a variety of roles within in the industry and prior to being named the new CEO of R.J. Corman. He served as the general manager of the railroad's Material Sales Company and vice president of its Derailment Services Company. Quinn is replacing interim president Fred Mudge.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to continue Mr. Corman’s vision,” Quinn says. “The R.J. Corman family of companies is known for its exceptional customer focus and the diversity of services it provides. I am committed to upholding the company’s core values and working with our employees to achieve our growth initiatives.”

R. J. Corman Railroad Group employs more than 1,600 people in 24 states. It operates short lines, offers derailment cleanup services, and builds or reconstructs track, among other offerings.

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