TTX’s fleet exceeds 170,000 railcars and the FMO network has grown to 77 locations
The 20,000th TBOX delivers. TTX now owns over 25,000 Plate F, 110-ton boxcars. Initialed TBOX (60-ft, with two 8-ft plug doors per side), or FBOX (50-ft), the cars are intended to replace nearly 70 different varieties of 70-ton, Plate C boxcars that are aging out of the fleet. The larger capacity cars with their near universal specifications, combined with efficient pools managed by TTX, eliminate the need to replace the older cars on a one-for-one basis.
TTX’s Human Resources Department completes the Company’s “Working Together … Reimagined” project, which was responsible the return of the salaried workforce in a hybrid capacity.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG): TTX formally launches its ESG initiative in 2021, and published the company’s first Fact Sheet in 2022. This Fact Sheet highlighted the company’s efforts around Employee Safety and Training, Engagement in the community, Environmental Impact and Corporate Governance.
TTX acquires a railcar storage facility from South Plains Lamesa Railroad, Ltd. (“SPLR”) in Slaton, Texas.
TTX opens 1 FMO.