McCarthy Bertschy Recruits Chief Financial Officer to TTX Company

McCarthy Bertschy is pleased to announce that Ms. Victoria A. Dudley was named Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of TTX Company. She reports directly to Mr. Thomas F. Wells, President and CEO.

Vicki joined TTX Company from Wheels, Inc., a $2+ Billion privately-held Commercial Fleet Lessor. As Treasurer, she had responsibility for Treasury, Investor Relations, Credit, Insurance and Corporate Risk Management. Prior to this, Vicki was the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Yancey Brothers, a $775 million, privately-held company that sells, rents and provides financing for new and used Caterpillar equipment, engines, and power systems, as well as Trail King trailers, building construction equipment, and agricultural equipment made by Caterpillar and others.

Vicki holds an MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelor of Science in Commerce (concentration in finance) from the McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia. Vicki began her career in banking, serving in roles of increasing responsibility at institutions including First Chicago Capital Markets (J.P. Morgan Chase), National Equity Fund, Wachovia Securities and Regions Bank.

About TTX Company, Inc.

TTX Company provides the railroad industry with a fleet of reliable, high quality railcars to meet the specific needs of their rail customers. The company's goal is to supply well-maintained equipment wherever needed at the lowest cost possible, while permitting financing of equipment on reasonable terms. To accomplish this goal, TTX sizes its fleet in a prudent manner, balancing new equipment acquisitions with innovative modifications and upgrades to the existing fleet.

The company's fleet of over 200,000 railcars consists of three major types: intermodal, autorack and general use. Two divisions (Acorn in Jacksonville, Florida and Hamburg in North Augusta, South Carolina) perform various types of car repair and modification work, while 31 Field Maintenance Operations (FMOs) perform inspections and less extensive repairs to the fleet. Over the past ten years, TTX has invested $3.9 billion in new railcar purchases (61% for intermodal cars).

The leading railroads in the U.S. and Canada, which are TTX's primary customers, own all the common stock of TTX. The company's car contracts and pooling agreements are subject to the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation's Surface Transportation Board.

For further information, please see www.ttx.com.

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