Railinc Names 2014 Employee of the Year

CARY, N.C. -- Railinc Corp. is pleased to announce that Senior Software Engineer Hua Wu has won the Railinc President's Award as the company's employee of the year for 2014. Wu was nominated by a colleague and was selected for the award by the Railinc senior management team. The President's Award is the most prestigious award a Railinc employee can win.

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"Hua is one of the unsung heroes at Railinc. He has excellent technical skills and is committed to serving our customers," said Railinc President and CEO Allen West. "Hua finds ways to reinvigorate our work—evaluating and implementing new technologies, collaborating across departments and improving our systems for the benefit of the broader freight rail industry.”

The Railinc President’s Award is part of the company’s Rewards and Recognition Program, which recognizes and supports the good work that happens at Railinc during the year on an individual, departmental and company-wide basis. Wu was recognized at a recent all-employee meeting.

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Railinc is the railroad industry’s innovative and reliable resource for rail data, IT and information services. The company deploys data that helps railroads, rail equipment owners and other industry participants manage their businesses more effectively and efficiently. Railinc is the largest single source of real-time, accurate interline rail data for the North American railroad system. Located in Cary, N.C., Railinc is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Association of American Railroads. For more information, please visit www.railinc.com.

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