In a deal valued at $70 million, Dallas-based Trinity Industries Inc. has acquired RSI Logistics, a data-centric provider of proprietary software, logistics services, and terminal management solutions to the North American rail industry.
Jean Savage, CEO and President of Trinity Industries Inc.
“We are excited about the acquisition of RSI Logistics. It is another step as we seek to expand our service offerings with complementary solutions that make rail a more compelling mode of transportation. Specifically, RSI expands the breadth and quality of Trinity’s platform, adding logistics services, terminal operations, and intermodal transportation,” Jean Savage, Trinity’s president and CEO, said in a statement. “Also coupling RSI’s expertise and reputation with the transformational technology of Trinsight will deliver a unique tool to rail shippers to gain more control of their supply chains.”
Named by Inbound Logistics as a “Top 100 3PL Company” in 2021 and 2022, RSI supports 46 Fortune 500 customers with software and logistics services, Trinity said. RSI offers a full suite of services through four business units: Software, Logistics Services, Terminals, and Intermodal Transportation.
The acquisition closed on March 8 and Trinity will retain all employees of RSI as part of the transaction.
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