Railroad Operations Series

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Railroad Operations: Education and Insights for the Future

NITL is excited to invite you to a new series on railroad operations. Join John Schmitter of KEP LLC for this informative series that provides insights and introductions to various aspects of the railroad industry. Designed for those new to railroading or with years of experience, this four-part series will include:

Railroad 101 – Basics of Railroad Operations

Railroad 201 – Introduction to the Commercial Side of Railroading

Railroad 301 – Introduction to Rail Fleet Management (for companies that own or lease railcars)

Railroad 401 – Introduction to Intermodal

Each course is two hours and will include an interactive discussion period.  The entire series will be held virtually over Zoom.

Register now for the kick-off session:

June 16, 2021
11am – 1pm EDT

Railroad 101 – Basics of Railroad Operations
Generally, the course applies to carload operations and is designed for industry professionals who are new to rail transportation and others interested in the nuts and bolts of rail operations. It provides a general description of railroad operations from the time a loaded car is pulled from a shipping point until it is placed at destination. The course breaks the rail movement into several parts, including potential problems that can be experienced during each event. Railroad 101 also covers the data flow from bill of lading to freight bill.

 

To be scheduled in Q3 and Q4 2021

Railroad 201 – Introduction to the Commercial Side of Railroading

Railroad 301 – Introduction to Rail Fleet Management (for companies that own or lease railcars)

Railroad 401 – Introduction to Intermodal

 

Register for the first course or full package here.