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RAILWAY SUPPLIER BUYERS' GUIDE * GUIDE DES ACHETEURS
Ontario Northland Remanufacturing
& Repair Centre
Procor Ltd.
915 McIntyre St. E
2001 Speers Rd.
North Bay, ON P1B 8L3
Oakville, ON L6L 2X9
PH: 705-472-4500 ext: 208 * CELL: 705-471-1773
PH: 905-827-4111 ext: 284
FAX: 705-475-5011
FAX: 905-827-0913
Stephen Hamilton, Sales & Business Development
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2:30 am Rail Leasing
Randy Pocrnick,
VP General
stephen.hamilton@ontarionorthland.ca
pocrnick@procor.com
Ontario Trap Rock a Division of RW Tomlinson Ltd
Procor is a full service lessor of conventional and
P.O. Box 24118 2Q - 280 Queens Ave.
special purpose tank and freight cars, supported
London, ON N6B 1X3
by a nationwide infrastructure. Full service leasing
PH: 800-449-4244 * CELL: 519-709-4377
has been our core business for over 65 years. We
FAX: 519-679-6177
manage the largest tank car fleet in Canada and
Frank Hurkmans, Regional Sales Manager,
operate an extensive rail car service network. The
Canadian Operations
network consists of strategically located service
fhurkmans@tomlinsongroup.com
centers and on-site repair teams, to maximize fleet
utilization. Our focus is on value-based solutions
Orgo-Thermit, Inc.
guided by Responsible Care ® principles.
3500 Colonial Dr. N
Manchester, NJ 08759
Progress Rail
PH: 732-657-5781 ext: 26 * CELL: 732-773-5039
P.O. Box 1037
FAX: 732-657-5899
Albertville, AL 35950
GeorgeAnne Tutunjian,
PH: 708-387-5645 * CELL: 630-267-2193
Director of Business Development
Julie Dugo, Marketing Specialist
georgeanne.tutunjian@orgothermit.com
jdugo@progressrail.com
Parsons Corporation
4710 Kingsway Ste. 2300
Burnaby, BC V5H 4M2
PH: 778-372-4161 * CELL: 604-789-5500
Nuno Pereira, Vice President, Construction
nuno.pereira@parsons.com

Progressive Railroading
2100 W. Florist Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53209
PH: 502-500-3524
Kirk Bastyr, Publisher
kirk.bastyr@tradepress.com

Plan Group Inc.
2740 Steeles Ave. W
Vaughan, ON L4K 4T4
PH: 416-635-9635 ext: 3413 * CELL: 647-621-6486
FAX: 416-635-9764
Deborah Barnes, Director, Business Development
dbarnes@plan-group.com

QMP Limited
337 Indian Rd. Cres.
Toronto, ON M6P 2G9
PH: 636-937-4390
FAX: 416-762-1700
Rick Hill, Sales
rickhill@qmpltd.com

PNR RailWorks Inc.
455 Silvercreek Pkwy. N
Guelph, ON N1H 8M7
PH: 519-763-2960
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Jason Lauffer
Vice President of Business Development
jlauffer@railworks.com
PNR RailWorks is Canada's largest and most
experienced full-service railroad contractor.
Founded in 1961, PNR RailWorks serves Canada
through five regional offices as well as shops
and yards in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario
and Quebec. PNR RailWorks provides a complete
range of track and signals & communications
construction, rehabilitation and maintenance
services and materials to Class I railroads, short
lines, transit authorities and industrial facilities
across Canada.
Precision 3D
108 ave des Pivoines
Gatineau, QC J9J 2M3 * CELL: 819-773-2374
Philippe Dupuis, President
phil@precision3d.ca
Process Products Limited
50 Locke St. Unit 1
Vaughan, ON L4K 5R4
PH: 416-781-3399
FAX: 416-789-9648
Sid Finkelstein, Marketing Manager
sid.finkelstein@process-products.com

Raildirect Inc.
6580 Vanden Abeele St.
St. Laurent, Montreal, QC H4S 1Y3
PH: 514-333-8900
FAX: 514-333-9599
Sergine Hardy
slc@raildirect.ca
Rail GD Inc.
130 Chemin St. Edgar
New Richmond, QC G0C 2B0
PH: 418-392-7510
FAX: 418-392-7503
Gilles Babin, President
gillesbabin@railgd.com
Rail Industries Canada, Inc
2638 rue Sabourin
Ville Saint-Laurent, QC H4S 1M2
PH: 514-336-8998
FAX: 514-336-8373
Axel de Galembert,
Business Development Manager
adegalembert@rail-canada.com
Rail Simulations Inc.
89 Collins Grove
Dartmouth, NS B2W 4G3
PH: 902-802-7600 * CELL: 902-802-7600
Jason Dilworth, VP Operations
jason.dilworth@railsimulations.com
Rail Term
10765 Cote-de-Liesse, Ste. 201
Dorval, QC H9P 2R9
PH: 519-400-3074
Jason Fries, VP Signals & Communication
jfries@railterm.com
RailXtra
3225 boul. Losch
Saint-Hubert, QC J3Y 3V6
PH: 450-442-2121 * CELL: 514-608-4210
FAX: 450-928-3530
Sébastien Roy, Owner
sebastien@rlongueuil.com

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Insidetrack - Spring/Summer 2018

President’s Message
Bigger Hopper Cars, Faster Grain Shipments
Canada’s New Locomotive Emissions Regulations
Liquid Assets
Hydrail: A Profound Innovation Opportunity for Canadian Railway Suppliers
Locomotive and Passenger Car Freeze-Up Downtime Can Be Prevented
From Last Spike to First in Class: Creativity, Collaboration, and Determination in the Pursuit of Leadership
How to Achieve a Respectful, Harassment-Free Workplace
CARS News
New Members
CapEx: An Industry-Wide Look at Who’s Spending What
Railway Supplier Buyers’ Guide
Advertiser.com
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Insidetrack - Spring/Summer 2018 - From Last Spike to First in Class: Creativity, Collaboration, and Determination in the Pursuit of Leadership
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