RTC is an important extension of Conrad Yelvington Distributors commitment to the security and safety of our employees, customers and the communities we touch. Their training schedule is flexible and always meets our need.

RTC’s approach to rail operations and safety training was offered with experienced, qualified instructors, great reference information, very informative and moved at a good pace.

Excellent instructional techniques were offered throughout and the instructor’s made every student feel very comfortable.

Bob Gentry

Vice President
Transportation, Conrad Yelvington Distributors, Inc.

InfoRail gave us the tools needed to continue to focus testing, record and track training and oversee and correct errors in employee and engineer certification.

As a result… WATCO experienced a 62 percent reduction in reportable injuries in 2004, another 25 percent reduction in 2005 and now has a collective injury frequency ratio below the national shortline average.

Gary Vaughn

VP Safety
Watco Companies

When we contacted RTC and Mr. Tom Howie came down to meet with us, he explained how they could help with our training needs, and that he would look at our process of business and would build a custom training and safety process exclusive for us.

Standridge Color is happy to be associated with RTC, with their experience and expertise in the Railroad Industry dating back to the 1800 hundreds and with 4 family generations.

Standridge Color has been a client of RTC for several years and look forward to a long-lasting business relationship, and would definitely recommend their services to other companies or individual’s that want the best training in the Railroad Industry.

Dennis Adams

Standridge Color Corporation

Since acquiring InfoRail in 2002, we have been able to combine federal compliance record keeping for our 40 plus companies into one centralized database.

We feel that the ability to set and then track our training and efficiency testing centrally has been a key factor in lowering our injury frequency ratio from a 3.1 to its current 1.75 level.

Preston Claytor

VP of Safety and Operating Practices

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