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Trinity Industries Inc. has announced that Antonio Carrillo, senior vice president and group president of Trinity's Energy Equipment group, will leave the company to relocate back to his native Mexico, where he has accepted a position with a public company.

Carrillo joined Trinity in 1996 and has been responsible for Trinity's operations in Mexico. Bill A. McWhirter II, senior vice president and group president of Trinity's Construction Products and Inland Barge groups, will assume responsibility for the Energy Equipment group.

Luis Pardo, who has served as president of Trinity Industries de Mexico S. de RL de CV since 2007, will continue to oversee Trinity’s operations in Mexico. Pardo joined Trinity in 1996 and served as chief financial officer of the company’s Mexican operations until his appointment as its president.



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