Jeremy Kramer is the new vice president at Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC).
In his new role, Kramer will be responsible for all railroad transportation processes, including train operations, dispatching, locomotive maintenance and Clagg Bridge operations.
Kramer joined the LIRC in 2014 and most recently held the role of director of Transportation. Prior to joining the LIRC, he was with Canadian National Railway, where he held multiple positions up to assistant superintendent of the Chicago Division.
Representatives said Kramer’s efforts at the LIRC have been awarded multiple times, including being recognized as a ASLRRA Safety Person of the year in 2018.
In addition to working for various railroads, officials said Kramer was also a member of the U.S. Army Reserve, where he deployed to Afghanistan in 2011 and served as a senior advisor to the Country of Afghanistan on Railroad Operations.
Kramer holds a bachelor of science degree from Indiana University.