Hallcon, Renzenberger Join Same Corporate Family

Two railroad industry suppliers, Hallcon Corp. and Renzenberger, Inc., have completed their merger.

"Renzenberger has always been Hallcon's U.S. partner of choice. This merger meaningfully expands the combined company's footprint, improves our service offering, and significantly enhances our management and operations teams.  We are now positioned to offer the highest quality service to our customers throughout North America," said Andy Levison, founder and managing partner of Southfield Capital, a Hallcon portfolio company.

Renzenberger, based in Lenexa, Kansas, is a provider of ground transportation services to crew members in the rail, oil and gas, manufacturing and airline industries in the U.S. 

"We are excited about the merger of Hallcon and Renzenberger," said Renzenberger President Karen Seitter.  "The companies are like-minded in their dedication to providing the highest level of safety and service.  The combination of the two companies allows us to share best practices and create a stronger organization, which will benefit both our customers and our employees."

Tony Plut, Hallcon's CEO, commented, "The Hallcon team has looked forward to partnering with Renzenberger ever since we were first introduced to its management team.  We are both leaders in our respective geographies, Hallcon in Canada and Renzenberger in the U.S., and it is our shared dedication to our customers that has led to our mutual success.  I have great expectations for what we can achieve together now that we are on the same team."

The two companies will continue to operate under the Hallcon and Renzenberger names and will maintain individual operating teams to ensure a seamless transition for their customers and employees.