Pacific Harbor Line names Hoye vice president

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LOS ANGELES — Anacostia Rail Holdings has named Stephen Hoye vice president of its Pacific Harbor Line subsidiary. Hoye joins the California industrial railroad from the Belt Railway of Chicago, where he has serve as superintendent since 2011.

Hoye has 24 years of railroad experience beginning in 1993 as a clerk, yardmaster, and programmer with CSX Intermodal in Bedford Park, Ill. He would then serve as operations and terminal manager for CSX Transportation in Riverdale, Ill., and was named operations manager of CSX Intermodal’s Chicago operations in 2002.

He joined the Belt Railway of Chicago in 2003 as a trainmaster and terminal operations manager and would later head up the railroad’s customer service initiatives. He would then take on other management roles until being named superintendent in 2011.

While in Chicago, Hoye also served as director of a 10-person focus group responsible for analyzing the day-to-day operating performance of Chicago’s rail traffic.

As vice president of Pacific Harbor Lines, he will oversee all operations, including the rail, track maintenance, and train dispatching services to the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Pacific Harbor Lines provides rail switching and logistics services for about 140 intermodal and unit trains per day.

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