On May 6, 2010 Railmark Holdings, Inc.
formed RAILMARK NEW ZEALAND LIMITED (RNZ), a New Zealand corporation,
for the purpose of managing the Company’s rail and rail logistics
operations in New Zealand, Australia and South America, expected to
commence in Fall 2011.
B. Allen Brown, Railmark’s Chairman
and CEO stated: There is no better rail business model anywhere in
the world than the one enjoyed by North America and in particular, the
United States. Since the Staggers Act was passed in 1980 deregulating
the U.S. rail network, America has enjoyed an unprecedented growth in
rail utilization, creating jobs and industry. This rail resonance
and the economic benefits created by this business model has played
a tremendous role in the growth of the North American economy.
Railmark is looking forward to applying these demonstrated principals
to its operations and customers of its new RAILMARK NEW
ZEALAND LIMITED subsidiary. Railmark is looking forward to
delivering its retail train operations and programming and becoming
an integral part of the New Zealand tourist industry.
unique, cost-effective and environmentally friendly products and services
to the railroad industry, rail transportation users, government entities
and the general public, that reflects A NEW TRAIN OF THOUGHT...®.
Through the Company’s RAIL TRACK
SERVICES BUSINESS UNIT, Railmark provides full service track construction
& maintenance. Through the Company’s RAIL TRANSPORTATION
BUSINESS UNIT, Railmark owns and operates shortline freight railroads,
offers industrial rail switching and rail logistics services, and owns
and operates unique retail passenger operations.
An accomplished provider of railroad
and rail systems development, Railmark provides a full line of consulting
and rail improvement services to governments, municipalities and industrial
clients. Railmark’s team of employees, associates and strategic
partners have the ability to work anywhere in the world and currently
maintains a presence on three continents.
Railmark has direct rail systems experience and/or direct rail-related experience in the following countries outside of the United States: Canada, The Gambia, Ghana, Haiti, Hungary, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, and Serbia.