December 8, 2016
R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC Announces Interim President of Signaling Company
NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. - R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC announces the appointment of Ray Sipes to serve as interim President of R. J. Corman Signaling, LLC. His transition will be effective immediately, as the company’s previous president, Mike Wilson, resigned on Wednesday. Sipes will oversee the company’s daily operations until a permanent replacement can be found.
Mr. Sipes currently serves as the Vice President of Roadway Worker Training Signal Services, an R. J. Corman company. In this role he is responsible for directing and overseeing the signal support team, which consists of several highly trained and knowledgeable signal personnel who have experience working with Class I railroads. This team offers services such as: signal maintenance support, in-service testing, consulting and project management assistance to a variety of industry customers.
“I am confident in my ability to lead the Signaling Company through this transition period,” Sipes said. “My primary goal will be continuing to provide the top-of-the-line, reliable signaling services that our customers have come to expect from R. J. Corman.”
R. J. Corman Railroad Group’s President and CEO, Ed Quinn, will work alongside R. J. Corman’s Board of Directors to seek out the most qualified candidate to permanently fill the position of R. J. Corman Signaling President. They hope to complete the search early in the first quarter of 2017.
R. J. Corman would like to thank Mike Wilson for his integral role in establishing and growing the Signaling company. We greatly appreciate his years of service and wish him well in future endeavors.
R. J. Corman Signaling, LLC will continue to meet their customer’s needs by providing complete signaling solutions while simultaneously lowering lead times and project costs. Additionally, the company remains committed to customer satisfaction, increased efficiency and providing an ever-improving safe and rewarding work environment.
Altogether, R. J. Corman Railroad Group employs more than 1,600 people in 24 states. R. J. Corman companies provide a myriad of services to the railroad industry such as: short line railroad operations, industrial railcar switching, emergency response, track material distribution, track construction, signal design and construction, railroad worker training, and building eco-friendly locomotives.