KCS appoints new leaders in marketing, short line relations, and intermodal

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KANSAS CITY — Kansas City Southern is naming new leaders to marketing and operations. The railroad recently announced the appointment of Ginger Adamiak as vice president of sales and marketing for the energy and short line relations business units, while Darin Selby has been named vice president for intermodal operations.

Adamiak and Selby will report to KCS Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Brian Hancock.

Adamiak has 30 years of experience in sales and marketing, finance and investor relations, among other experience. She joined KCS in 2006 as director of investor relations and has since held executive roles in finance. Prior to joining KCS, she spent nine years with GATX Corp. Prior to getting involved in the rail industry, she held several financial positions with various institutions.

Selby has 24 years of railroad experience in sales and marketing, customer service, and transportation. He joined KCS in 2001 as assistant trainmaster and has held additional management roles in customer service and sales and marketing. He most recently served as vice president sales and marketing for the energy business unit, which also oversees short line railroad partnerships. Prior to joining KCS, he spent 8 years with OmniTRAX’s Central Kansas Railway.

Selby succeeds Morris Goodwin who plans to retire on Sept. 1. Goodwin will continue to serve as an advisor until his retirement.

Goodwin has more than 30 years of transportation experience primarily in the intermodal business. He joined KCS in 2007 and was promoted to his current role as vice president for intermodal operations in 2012. He has also worked for Norfolk Southern, American President Lines, Unicon Intermodal, among other companies in the transportation and logistics industry.

See the news release online.

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