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Tealinc restructures to emphasize company leadership

By |  January 28, 2021

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Tealinc, a railcar operating lessor, rail transportation manager, rail transportation consultant and railcar broker, made a fundamental change in its organizational structure.

To support Tealinc customer business needs, the company is reinforcing its leadership in three top- line divisions.

• Kristen Kempson, director of marketing and sales. Kempson remains focused on marketing the Tealinc company brand, supporting customer equipment needs and facilitating new business development.

• Shannon Rodgers, director of operations. Rodgers will continue to lead management of Tealinc-owned and -managed rail assets to support customers’ long-term and short-term rail shipping needs.

• Yvonne Lufborough, director of finance and administration. Lufborough will continue to lead Tealinc financial reporting, including customer escrow accounting, accounts payable and accounts receivable.

Requests for rail assets will remain the focus of Kempson; requests for fleet management services will remain the focus of Rodgers; and the management of financial accounting will remain Lufborough’s focus.

“To best support our clients’ ever-evolving rail transportation needs, we are revamping our company’s organizational structure by designating three distinct leads for each of our divisions,” says Julie Mink, Tealinc president. “I am confident these changes will further empower our team to provide exemplary service to our new, existing and returning customers.

“Furthermore, the new organizational structure will evoke better internal partnership,” Mink adds. “These changes represent a significant step toward streamlining our holistic approach to rail transportation focused on the asset needs and service needs of our customers. This new structure will enable us to allocate resources and personnel expediently as industry conditions dictate.”

Kevin Yanik

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Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or

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