Brian Miller, president of R. J. Corman Railroad Company, LLC, has announced his resignation as he moves on to pursue other interests.
The company said it has begun a search for the ideal candidate for the position. Miller will remain in his current role and assist with the search until a successor is identified.
“We very much appreciate all that Brian has done for our company,” said Ed Quinn, president and CEO of R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC. “We are sad to see him go, but certainly wish him the best. With our highly experienced senior leadership in the Railroad Company we will continue to provide the safe and efficient service that our customers have come to expect from R. J. Corman as we make this transition.”
Miller began working at R. J. Corman Railroad Company in 2010 following a 20-year career with Norfolk Southern. During his time at R. J. Corman, the company acquired two shortline railroads—the Texas Line and the Carolina Lines—was awarded a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant, two ASLRRA Marketing Awards, and each year received Jake Awards for exemplary safety performance records, the company noted.
“Miller leaves R. J. Corman Railroad Company in a very strong position for future growth,” a statement said. “The management team will remain in place, working with Miller and his successor to ensure a smooth transition without any service interruptions to customers.”
R. J. Corman Railroad Company, LLC operates 11 shortline railroads and is a subsidiary of R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC. The company employs more than 1,300 staff members throughout 22 states.