TRAC Intermodal, a Princeton-based marine chassis pool manager and equipment provider, announced on Monday its CEO and president, Jennifer Polli, is leaving the company on Sept. 1.
Polli, who joined TRAC in 2012, was named CEO and president in 2018 and led the company through a period of change, including its sale to Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners earlier this year. She also helped guide the company through the COVID-19 pandemic and its various challenges.
“Jennifer was instrumental in facilitating the sale of TRAC and its subsidiaries to Stonepeak and her leadership was essential in setting TRAC on the right course in the current challenging economic and operating environment,” Luke Taylor, senior managing director and executive committee member of Stonepeak, said.
Daniel Walsh, the former president of the last-mile business at XPO Logistics, will be taking over the role from Polli. Prior to XPO, he was the president of IFCO Systems North America, a division of Brambles Ltd.
“We are excited to welcome Dan as TRAC’s President and CEO. Dan’s extensive supply chain background and corporate management skills will further strengthen TRAC’s position as an industry leading critical intermodal infrastructure provider,” James Wyper, senior managing director of Stonepeak, said.