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OmniTRAX taps Bradley for operations leadership role

By Trains Staff | June 14, 2024

John Bradley, a CSX veteran, is now executive vice president of operations

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John Bradley. OmniTRAX
DENVER – OmniTRAX, a supply-chain and logistics provider that operates 26 short line railroads, has promoted John Bradley to executive vice president of operations.

The 30-year rail veteran leads an operational team that posted multiple company records in service, safety, and productivity while adding three new railroads to the OmniTRAX network. Under Bradley’s tenure, the OmniTRAX rail network has expanded to include River Ridge Railroad, Port of Catoosa Industrial Railroad, and the South Branch Valley Railroad.

“Operational excellence requires a shared organizational commitment to service and a relentless culture of safety,” OmniTRAX President and COO Sergio Sabatini said in a statement today. “John has led the way for us in modeling these operational pillars and the OmniTRAX Operations Team has been essential to our record-setting company performance and sustained growth.”

Bradley joined OmniTRAX in 2017, following a 23-year career with CSX, where he held divisional and regional leadership positions. He was promoted to OmniTRAX senior vice president of operations in October 2021. Bradley’s latest promotion coincides with an industry-leading five-year company reduction in reportable incidents.

“Operational success is a team sport, and I am blessed to work with a team of selfless people who are dedicated to safely keeping our customers’ shipments moving,” Bradley said. “I’m thankful for the trust placed in us, and our entire operations team is excited for the opportunities ahead.”

Bradley, a Stetson University alumnus, is also a graduate from Harvard Business School’s executive leadership program.

One thought on “OmniTRAX taps Bradley for operations leadership role

  1. I don’t mean to be a hater here, but this guy looks like he’s just a Big mac or two away from his own funeral.

    And I say that as a man who USED to weigh slightly over 300 pounds. I’m now down to a much more svelte 200 pounds.

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