Norfolk Southern Names Hunt Cary As Vice President Operations Efficiency

Norfolk Southern  announced that its board of directors has elected Hunt Cary, a 28-year railroad veteran, as vice president operations efficiency.

Joining Norfolk Southern from Union Pacific Corporation, Cary brings extensive knowledge and leadership experience in network operations, supply-chain logistics, precision scheduled railroading, and use of technology to drive efficiencies. He most recently served as vice president intermodal operations at Union Pacific.

Cary will report to Sanborn, effective Feb. 15. Cary began his railroading career at Norfolk Southern in 1993 as a transportation management trainee, advancing to superintendent of the company’s rail terminal in Knoxville, Tennessee. In 2003, he joined Canadian National Railway as superintendent of CN’s Michigan zone, eventually rising to become assistant vice president supply chain solutions. He moved to Union Pacific in 2018 as assistant vice president service and strategy. Cary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Virginia Military Institute.

-via Press Release

This article was posted on: February 16, 2021