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Pueblo, CO 81001
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Ruben D. Peña
Latin America customers & Government/Security Projects
Mr. Peña is responsible for the Latin American countries doing business with TTCI as well as manage the government and security project market segments interacting with agencies working with TTCI. .
Assistant Director Business Acquisition
Mr. Nordling is responsible for the North American passenger rail market: transit agencies, intercity and high speed passenger railways and suppliers.
Mktg & Bus.
Mr. Sun is responsible for the business development and program management in the greater China rail market
Senior Executive Assistant
As President of TTCI, Mrs. Stabler oversees the industry’s research program as well as operations of the facility and TTCI’s commercial business world wide and on site.
VP Research & Development
Mr. Kalay is responsible for the overall management of the North American Strategic Research Initiatives Program, FRA/AAR cooperative research programs, TTCI internal R&D, and AAR Technical Standards, Inspections, and Damage and Prevention and Loading Services functions.
Senior AVP Corporate Development
Dr. Lundgren manages TTCI's risk management program and leads TTCI's strategic planning program. He provides oversight for TTCI's patent and trademark initiatives and has supervisory responsibiltiy for TTCI's business and documentation services departments.
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Meeks is a key member of TTCI’s senior management team, responsible for corporate business and finance functions, including accounting and finance, contracts, purchasing, property management, proposal review, internal controls compliance, forecasting, strategic planning, and the corporate budget.
Firdausi (Dose) Irani
Vice President - Business Development
Mr. Irani is in charge of all commercial business development activities at TTCI. He works with the rest of the senior management team to exceed customer satisfaction by providing timely, effective, and quality services.
Kenneth J. Laine
AVP - Engineering and Quality Services
Mr. Laine leads a staff of over 100 engineers and technicians that conduct research and testing for the North American Railways.
Michael S. Sherer
Vice President - Operations
Mr. Sherer is a key member of TTCI's senior management team, responsible for strategic planning and the success of TTCI's business objectives. He leads a support staff responsible for on-site testing, safety and emergency services, on-site program management activities, and operations.
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TTCI receives UIC's Global Rail Research and Innovation Award for highest score in the category of "Rail Freight."
(Paris, 11 December 2012). The inaugural UIC Innovation and Railway Research Awards were held in Paris on 11 December, during celebrations to mark the 90th anniversary of the International Union of Railways (UIC).
Pueblo, Colo. Rep. Scott Tipton and Sen. Mark Udall are both lobbying congressional committees this month to guarantee that Pueblo's Transportation Technology Center, Inc., continues to get research funding in the 2013 federal budget...
Pueblo, Colo. TTCI was awarded the Export Achievement Certificate by the U.S. Commercial Service, Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration for being an international leader in railroad technology, security, and testing...