Hello, I'm Brant Ring, CEO of ITS ConGlobal. It's an honor to welcome you to the ITSC family!
There's a lot to learn in these first weeks, but I wanted to take a moment to share the heart of the matter—our company culture. What you will find on this webpage guides everything that makes ITSC, ITSC. As you grow into your role, I will enjoy watching your impact and seeing how your work will advance our everyday mission of taking care of each other, our customers, and our business. In doing so, I hope that you find your work to be rewarding, challenging, and meaningful.
We operate in complex, industrial terminal environments, making safety a core value. I say value, not priority, because priorities can change, values do not. Safety starts with adherence to established rules and protocols, but really shapes the kind of company we should be when we all make a commitment to our own safety AND the safety of our co-workers. Our truest measure of success will be when we perform our work—each move, each shift, each day—without harm to people or equipment. That's Zero Harm. Nothing will have a greater positive impact on our company, and the lives of the people that make up our company, than eliminating all accidents and injuries from our places of work.
Our company has a long list of strengths, the most notable being our strategically located container yard depots, our work with Class 1 railroads to load and unload finished vehicles, intermodal trailers and containers from railcars, and all types of maintenance and repair, including some really cool shipping container modifications. It's an exciting time for ITSC, as we have made significant investments in technology, including a partnership with California-based Phantom Auto. In addition to technological advances, we are highlighting new and expanded services to expand our footprint domestically and internationally.
You'll find a fair amount of information regarding your first days at ITSC on this website, but your manager will have a more in-depth onboarding plan prepared for you. I'd encourage you to reach out to your new team and your manager with any questions you might have. You are, after all, in good company.
I wish you well and, please, take care!