Tealinc veteran Christian to retire

By |  November 2, 2018

Tealinc announced a change in operations.Steve Christian, Tealinc’s manager of value creation – operations is retiring after more than eight years with the company. Dan Madden is joining the Tealinc team and taking Christian’s place.

Tealinc is a railcar operating lessor, rail transportation manager, rail transportation consultant and railcar broker. The company’s private rail fleet includes both railcars and locomotives.

“Steve Christian has been a highly valued member of the Tealinc family,” says Julie Mink, president of Tealinc. “Steve has served as manager [of] value creation – railcar performance manager, and manager [of] value creation – operations. We thank Steve for his years of service.

“We are excited to welcome Dan to the Tealinc family,” Mink adds. “Dan spent the last 28 years working as a railcar repair carmen, Association of American Railroad AAR) billing supervisor and corporate AAR billing and estimating manager. His strength in understanding railcar mechanics, completing thorough railcar inspections and his ability to interact with both the shop and shipper community is extremely valuable to Tealinc. We’re excited to utilize Dan’s varied strengths as we continue to grow our private railcar fleet and best support our diverse customer base.”

Madden will work for Tealinc out of his office in Eugene, Oregon.

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