Loram Holdings has appointed David Freeman to its Board of Directors.
Freeman previously worked for BNSF Railway, the largest freight railroad network in North America. There, Freeman held positions in engineering and operations roles.
Prior to becoming a director at Loram Maintenance of Way, Freeman was the executive vice president of BNSF Railway, and focused on improving cost structure using technology, finding cost-efficiencies and improving effectiveness. Before this role, Freeman was executive vice president of operations, senior vice president of transportation, vice president of transportation, and vice president of engineering.
Loram designs, builds and operates maintenance of way equipment used in rail grinding, ballast cleaning, top of rail friction management, material handling, track inspection and structural monitoring. Based in Hamel, Minnesota, Loram has had equipment used in Australia for many years, and recently acquired Aurizon’s rail grinding business, creating a wholly-owned Australian subsidiary.