The In-Terminal Service senior management team brings decades of diverse experience and a history of success to the company. Through their expertise and their unique commitment to rail intermodal terminal service, they help elevate In-Terminal Services’ customer experience each and every day.
Steven L. Rubin
Chief Executive Officer
With 25 years in the intermodal and container shipping industries, Mr. Rubin is deeply familiar with ITSTL’s business and customers. His experience includes serving as CEO of TRAC Intermodal, the largest chassis owner and lessor in the U.S., and Group Vice President Operations and Logistics at Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (“K” Line), one of Japan’s big three shipping lines. Most recently, he served as CEO of Horizon Lines, a SeaLand successor company and the largest U.S. domestic container shipping line until its sale last month to Matson Navigation. Mr. Rubin served as a Director of the Intermodal Association of North America for six years, and Chairman of that organization in 2011. In the mid-2000s, Mr. Rubin served on the Executive Committee of the Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association, a trade association that owns Consolidated Chassis Management, the largest pure chassis pool-management company in the U.S. Mr. Rubin graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and the Wharton School with a B.A. in History and B.S. in Economics, respectively. He received his M.B.A. from the Stern School of Business at New York University, and obtained a CPA license in New York.
William ‘Bill’ Hamlin
Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Hamlin has decades of steamship, intermodal, equipment, depot and labor management experience. He was most recently COO of Horizon Lines; President of the Americas Division at APL; head of APL’s marine terminal business Eagle Marine; and various equipment management positions at SeaLand. He was a Board member of the Pacific Maritime Association, the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association, and the University of Denver Intermodal Transportation Institute; he was also Chairman of OCEMA and Co-Chairman of the Intermodal Freight Transportation Working Group together with USDOT. Mr. Hamlin earned his B.S. from the University of Maine.
Group Vice President – In-Terminal Services
With 37 years of experience in the transportation industry, Mr. Teague has been with In-Terminal Services since 1988. Throughout his more than 25 years with the company, Mr. Teague has held positions as Regional Manager and Regional Vice President. Prior to joining In-Terminal Services, he spent 10 years in terminal operations with the MOPAC, Santa Fe and Southern Pacific railroads, where he held Assistant Terminal Manager and Terminal Manager positions.
Vice President Environmental Health & Safety
With over 16 years of experience in multiple industries, Mr. Montagino has implemented best practice EH&S programs that reduced incident rates and losses for global companies. His areas of expertise in the EH&S field include behavior-based safety, mobile equipment safety, and loss reduction. Mr. Montagino is a Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with an MS in Safety Management from West Virginia University, an MBA from Philadelphia University, and a BS from Indiana University in Pennsylvania.
Vice President Sales & Marketing
With 25 years of experience in the transportation industry, Mr. Bumgarner began his career at Santa Fe Railroad in the Intermodal Business Unit, and went on to hold positions in strategic planning, pricing and business development. He most recently served as Vice President of Strategic Planning & Acquisitions at Matson Logistics. With In-Terminal Services since 2012, Mr. Bumgarner graduated from Northwestern University and Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Vice President Operations, Chicago Region
Fifteen years of experience in intermodal terminal operations, which includes working with the BNSF, Union Pacific, Norfolk Southern and CSX railroads. Mr. Bath began his In‑Terminal Services career as an equipment operator and has held multiple terminal management positions. Mr. Bath started with In‑Terminal Services in 1998.
Vice President Operations, South/Mexico Region
With 32 years of experience in rail and intermodal operations, Mr. Thomas has held a variety of operating positions and terminal manager assignments with the Santa Fe, Southern Pacific, Illinois Central and Kansas City Southern railroads. Mr. Thomas started with In‑Terminal Services in 1985.
Vice President Operations, East Region
Eight years of experience in intermodal terminal operations, which includes working with the CSX, NS and Union Pacific Railroads. Mr. Bowman began his In‑Terminal Services career as a Terminal Operator; he quickly rose through the ranks to hold the positions of Operations Manager, Assistant Terminal Manager and Terminal Manager before being assigned to his current position.
Vice President Operations, Central Region
With over twenty-five years of industry experience, Mr. Melton has held several roles within In-Terminal Services, including the Regional Vice President for two separate regions, the Vice President Environmental Health & Safety, and most recently the Terminal Manager at BNSF’s LPKC facility. Before joining In-Terminal Services, he held various management positions at the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad and also served as a terminal manager for the Kansas City Southern railroad. Mr. Melton started with In-Terminal Services in 1989.
Vice President Operations, West Region
With thirty-five years of experience in the intermodal industry, Mr. Bressie has held several roles within In-Terminal Services, most recently as Terminal Manager in Los Angeles. During his fifteen years with the company, he has worked with the UP, BNSF, CP, FEC, NS, and Triple Crown railroads. Prior to joining In-Terminal Services, Mr. Bressie worked for Santa Fe Railway, where he held the roles of train coordinator and operations manager.