About Transpo Israel

Transpo Industries is a transportation infrastructure safety and materials company, founded in 1968. Its executive management has over 130 years of collective industry expertise and has been working together for over a decade. With recognized industry leadership, Transpo’s influence extends far beyond its sales and engineering operations.

Through three distinct divisions: Materials/Precast, Safety Products and Attenuation Devices/Distributor Group – Transpo Industries, Inc. operates a cohesive business which includes the wholly owned subsidiary Castek. The Safety manufacturing division and the Distributor Group are based in New Rochelle, NY and Castek’s manufacturing division is located in Berwick, PA.

Transpo’s products are sold across North America and in several international markets through a network of independent distributors, O.E.M. light pole manufacturers, and direct.

Customers include: Private Contractors, Federal Agencies, State and Local Municipalities and Authorities.

At Transpo, understanding the needs and priorities of our customers and the transportation industry, enables us to create smart solutions, products and services that meet those needs. As a premier manufacturing and sales operation in the transportation safety and special materials field, we earn the trust and respect of our customers every day.

We are committed to using the latest technologies to develop innovative and effective solutions for our industry. Transpo’s mission to keep developing and acquiring new technology allows us to move to our ultimate goal: helping our customers to successful solutions.

We pride ourselves on over 40 years of success in saving thousands of lives with the products we supply to the transportation industry. We will continue to strive towards making the roads safer and more sustainable for the traveling public.

Transpo proudly maintains an ISO 9001:2008 quality certification at all company facilities.

Management Team

  • Richard P. Brown



    Richard P. Brown is currently a consultant for Transpo Industries, Inc. after his retirement in 2013 as Senior Vice President. Rich joined Transpo in 1999 as Sales Manager of the Safety Products Division. Appointed Senior Vice President of the Distributor Division in September of 2007.
    He has a BS from the School of Management at Boston University.

  • Karen Dinitz

    V.P., Director of Marketing,
    Communications and Media


    Karen Dinitz was named Director of Marketing and Communications for Transpo Industries, Inc. in 2009 and Vice President in 2014. Karen returned to Transpo Industries, Inc. to oversee branding and communications for the Company’s three divisions and multiple product lines. Prior to her return, Karen was a regional sales manager for Transpo Industries, Inc. where her responsibilities included sales, distributor oversight, and technical assistance; followed by a successful career in video and film production; including the creation of product launches and communications projects for large corporate clients. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Karen Liu

    Chief Financial Officer


    Karen Liu was named Chief Financial Officer of Transpo Industries, Inc. in November 2010. In this role, Karen is responsible for overseeing all financial aspects of the Company, including Financial Planning, Forecasting, Reporting and Accounting and Control; and managing the Internal Audit and Risk Management Functions. She has been with Transpo Industries, Inc. since 1996. Karen has an MBA in finance from Iona College and an MS in Electrical Engineering from NYU Polytechnic University.

  • Michael S. Stenko

    President and COO


    Michael S. Stenko was named Chief Operating Officer for Transpo Industries, Inc. in January of 2014 in addition to his duties as President of Transpo Industries, Inc. since 2001. Mike has been a prominent member of the industry for over 30 years. His current involvement in national and regional organizations is helping develop and promote the value of Bridge Preservation practices in US infrastructure.
    Mike has been appointed to the Committee on Polymer Concretes, Adhesives and Sealers, AHD40 Section – Maintenance and Preservation by the Executive Committee of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) and he is a member FHWA Bridge Preservation Task Group. His memberships include TRB, ACI, ASCE, Former Chairman of ACI Comm. on Polymer Concretes and Adhesives; and past Chair of AASHTO/AGC/ARTBA Taskforce 13 Subcommittee on highway signs and luminaries.

  • Arthur M. Dinitz

    Chairman and CEO


    Arthur M. Dinitz founded Transpo Industries, Inc. in 1968. He is a distinguished member current and emeritus of numerous boards and committees that share in the commitment to road safety and new technology in road and bridge rehabilitation and preservation. These include: ARTBA, Board of Directors, Co-chair of AASHTO/AGC/ARTBA Joint Comm. on New Technologies and Materials. AASHTO Technology Implementation Group (TIGf) Exec. Comm. NAS. Research and Technology Coordinating Council for FHWA, International Road Federation – Former Washington, Vice Chairman, Vice Chair of Exec. Board for Highway Innovative Technology Center of ASCE, President of Industry Committee of ITE and ARTBA, member of TRB and ACI. Awarded ARTBA’s National Highway Safety Award recipient (2001-02), and honored as one of the “Top 100 Private Sector Transportation Design & Construction Professional of the 20th Century” by ARTBA. In 2006 he was awarded the “Kenneth A. Stonex National Roadside Safety Award” by the National Academy of Science TRB Committee.