Central Maine & Quebec appoints new operations leaders

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BANGOR, Maine — The Central Maine & Québec Railway names Chad Mowery as operations vice president, a promotion that was effective Jan. 1, and J. Wesley Logan as operations general manager, effective Jan. 15.

Mowery joined the short line in March 2015 as general manager. He came to the Central Maine after 16 years in transportation, engineering, and mechanical management positions with railroads owned by short-line holding company RailAmerica and its successor, Genesee & Wyoming.

Logan comes to the short line after more than a decade of operations management experience at Canadian properties owned by RailAmerica and Genesee & Wyoming, most recently the Goderich-Exeter Railway and the Southern Ontario Railway. At the Central Maine, he will be based at the railroad’s offices in Farnham, Québec.

“Chad has earned this promotion. It recognizes his hard work, broad knowledge and outstanding leadership that he’s demonstrated over the years," the railroad's President Ryan Ratledge says in a news release. "We also want to welcome Wes. I am truly excited to be working with him again. His experience and familiarity with Canadian rail operations is particularly valuable."

Central Maine & Québec Railway, a subsidiary of Fortress Investment Group LLC, was formed in 2014 and operates nearly 500 route miles in Maine, Québec, and Vermont.

— A Central Maine & Quebec news release. Jan. 15, 2018.

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