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RailTerm announces the appointment of Jason Fries as
Vice President Technology

DORVAL, December 2, 2009
RailTerm is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Fries as Vice President, Technology.
Jason will be responsible for the design and marketing of new technological tools dedicated to rail operations, including Railterm’s state-of-the-art Rail Traffic Control software; the TrainMaster. Jason will also provide support to the RailTerm Signal group.

Jason is a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET). His areas of expertise include development of microprocessor based real-time Supervisory Control Systems, customization of Control/Monitoring and SCADA systems for railway and transit, design and configuration of communications system and installation & testing relay and microprocessor based interlockings for railway, subway and light rail transit. Jason also has substantial experience in project management.

Prior to joining RailTerm, Jason worked as Manager, Transit/Special Projects for PNR RailWorks Inc. He previously was Manager, Rail& Traffic Control Systems for Condor Signal & Communications Inc. / AR Concepts USA Inc for over 11 years.

“We are very excited to welcome Jason as part of our team. He brings a great deal of knowledge and experience from his past achievements and I am confident he will add real value to the Company”, stated David McNeill, Senior Vice President.

Jason can be reached at (519) 400-3074 or, by email, at jfries@railterm.com.

About RailTerm

RailTerm is a diversified rail services contractor with operations throughout North America. They provide custom service solutions to railway operators who wish to outsource mission-critical activities, in addition to offering a state-of-the-art Rail Traffic Control software; the TrainMaster.

RailTerm’s objective is to conduct safe, reliable and cost-efficient operations from the first day of service. To perform key rail operating tasks, they draw on their expertise in dispatch services, track & signal maintenance, and terminal management, as well as their experience as a rail operator.

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