GATX Corporation today announced that Thomas Ellman has been appointed chief commercial officer – rail, responsible for GATX’s North American railcar fleet, sales, market analysis and customer support activities.
Mr. Ellman has most recently been serving as senior vice president, asset management for GE Equipment Services, Rail Services. Prior to G.E., he spent 10 years within GATX in a series of increasingly responsible fleet and finance roles, including vice president, fleet portfolio management.
James F. Earl, chief operating officer of GATX stated, “We are delighted to welcome Tom back to GATX. With his considerable market knowledge, rail asset expertise and strong customer focus, Tom will lead our outstanding team of professionals and further enhance our leading position in the railcar leasing and services market in North America.”
Mr. Ellman received his Bachelor of Science degree from Bradley University in 1990 and his masters of management from the J.L. Kellogg School of Northwestern University in 1997.
GATX Corporation (NYSE:GMT) provides lease financing and related services to customers operating rail, marine and other targeted assets. GATX is a leader in leasing transportation assets and controls one of the largest railcar fleets in the world. Applying over a century of operating experience and strong market and asset expertise, GATX provides quality assets and services to customers worldwide. GATX has been headquartered in Chicago, IL since its founding in 1898 and has traded on the New York Stock Exchange since 1916. For more information, visit the Company’s website at www.gatx.com.
Investor, corporate, financial, historical financial, photographic and news release information may be found at www.gatx.com.
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