CS Leasing, a provider of intermodal lease and equipment solutions to global operators, shippers and logistics providers, appointed Mike Krengle as vice president of Operations.
Based in Houston, Krengle has 22 years of expertise across multiple container types, including tanks and dry freight special containers. Most recently Krengle worked as a sales director for Raffles Leasing. He has also held roles with container lessors, operators and inspection companies, including Hoyer, Cronos, Silver Inspection Services and Stolt-Nielsen.
“Outstanding technical, operational and customer service expertise are all key to delivering on our client-centered approach. Having previously known Mike for a number of years, we know he has the same approach to forming long term relationships with both customers and vendors as the rest of the CS Leasing team.” Tim May, chief operating officer at CS Leasing, said. “We are delighted to welcome him onboard to support and enhance our continued growth and ensure we are delivering the very best equipment and experience to all our clients.”
Formed by a management team with many decades of experience in the design, procurement, financing, supply and operation of containers, CS Leasing has built a diversified fleet of equipment during its first three years of business, with particular emphasis on tank containers and dry freight specials. The company was ranked as a top 10 lessor in the 2018 Global Tank Container Survey from ITCO, the International Tank Container Organization.
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