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LTK Engineering Services names new president

Posted on June 8, 2016

LTK Engineering Services announced Dominic DiBrito as its new president, effective Jan. 1, 2017.

In assuming his new role, DiBrito will replace George Dorshimer, who will be retiring. Dorshimer has served as LTK’s president for 22 years, during which time the firm tripled in size. DiBrito will be only the fifth president in LTK’s 95 years.

DiBrito joined LTK in 2005 after compiling a diverse background that encompasses all aspects of the rail transportation industry. He consulted to both government and the supply industry and later served as the chief engineer for a railcar manufacturer, leading the design and manufacture of a modern self-propelled diesel railcar. 

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