CSX Announces Departure of Operations Executive Jamie Boycuck

CSX announced today that Jamie Boychuk, executive vice president of Operations, is leaving the company. President and Chief Executive Officer Joe Hinrichs thanked Boychuk for his role in the implementation of scheduled railroading and cited the company’s depth of operational experience that will ensure continuity while CSX searches for a successor.

“On behalf of CSX and all our stakeholders, I would like to thank Jamie for his six years of service and contributions to our company, and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors,” Hinrichs said.

Hinrichs added, “CSX has an experienced operations leadership team that helped guide our operational transformation into a top-performing transportation company, and who will continue to implement and strengthen the scheduled railroading guiding principles that have been the foundation of our success.”

Ricky Johnson, senior vice president of Transportation, and Casey Albright, senior vice president of Network Operations and Service Design, will report directly to Hinrichs as the company conducts an internal and external search prior to naming a new head of all operations functions. Johnson, who oversees all field operations, has over 30 years of experience in the railroad industry, including 22 years of service at CSX. Similarly, Albright has 25 years of service at CSX in various leadership roles. In his current position, he oversees fluid traffic flow across the CSX network, leading the design of service plans that support performance improvement and meet customer needs.

-via Press Release

This article was posted on: August 4, 2023