LENEXA, Kan, Jan. 22, 2014 – Hallcon Corporation, a leading provider of outsourced services for the railway and transit sectors throughout North America, and Renzenberger, a principle supplier of ground transportation for crew members in the Rail, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, and Airline industries in the U.S., today announced the launch of a combined North American Oil & Gas and Mining business initiative.

“Renzenberger has successfully provided safe and reliable crew transportation solutions to our rail clients for the past thirty years,” said Renzenberger Vice President of Operations, Phil Simco.  “Our dedication to providing the highest level of safety and service is unmatched in the business; our continuous investments in technology and training can create value in these other industries.  We are excited to launch this initiative, and look forward to growth in this capacity.”

The Companies, both industry leaders in their respective geography, Hallcon in Canada and Renzenberger in the U.S., merged in November of 2013, creating a unified entity focused upon shared core values of Safety, Service, People, and Competitiveness.

Hallcon’s CEO, Tony Plut, commented, “This expansion is a natural fit for our shared solutions platform.  Our focused dedication to the success of our customers can create extensive benefits for clients, and we look forward to being of service to the North American Oil & Gas, and Mining sectors.”

About Hallcon 

Founded in 1954 and headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Hallcon provides rail operators with a complete outsourced solution for their crew transportation operations. In addition to crew transportation, Hallcon provides passenger rail coach, bus and train station cleaning to municipal, regional and national passenger rail and transit providers.

About Renzenberger 

Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas, Renzenberger provides safe, dependable transportation solutions to customers in the railroad, oil and gas, manufacturing and airline industries in over 20 states throughout the U.S.