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Tideworks creates intermodal division and expands presence in Florida

Tideworks president Thomas J. Rucker
Tideworks president Thomas J. Rucker

Tideworks Technology, a company of the Seattle-based Carrix Group and full-service provider of comprehensive terminal operating system (TOS) solutions, has announced it is setting up a dedicated intermodal division located in Jacksonville, Florida.

The intermodal division will enable Tideworks to dedicate resources and continue investing in the research and development of new products and services for the global rail industry.

Mark Bromley, a 20-year veteran of the logistics industry, has been appointed vice pesident of Intermodal at Tideworks to lead the new division and oversee the testing, deployment and support of intermodal products and services across Tideworks’ global customer and partner network.

“This expansion solidifies Tideworks’ position and commitment as a key intermodal TOS provider,” said Tideworks president Thomas J. Rucker.

“It will empower us to drive future adoption of our intermodal TOS, while exploring additional ways to serve the intermodal market that align well with our business.   This growth and focus allow Tideworks to deploy specialised resources for the intermodal market – a necessity in the increasingly competitive global supply chain,” he added.

“Jacksonville is a prime location for this dedicated team given its proximity to some of our key customers, including leading rail carriers. We look forward to working closely with our current and future intermodal customers to deliver solutions that help them remain competitive in the global supply chain,” said Bromley.

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