Kyle Kinsel is an accomplished entrepreneur and developer with a strong track record for building successful companies from the ground up and growing them into some of the largest companies in the Texas oil field, construction and logistics markets. Some of the companies founded or co-founded by Kyle include Coastal Crushed Concrete, Frac Resources, LLC (now Twin Eagle Sand Logistics), and Breakwater Energy Services. Kyle currently serves as Founder and Chief Executive Officer Ruckit Inc, his most recent venture. Under Kyle ’s leadership Ruckit has developed the first ever mobile application trucking platform for niche industry trucking markets to share from a pool of independent trucks (collaborative platform for specialized trucking) and is considered the leader in the space. In 2005 Kyle co-founded Coastal Crushed Concrete, a concrete recycling company which he and his partners developed from a concept into five major facilities. During his ownership, Coastal become a market leader in the Houston aggregate space until its eventual buyout by a local competitor in . Just before Coastal’s sale, Kyle pointed his efforts towards the booming oil shale plays. In 2010 he co-founding Frac Resources to develop frac sand logistic assets into the growing shale plays. In 2012 Frac Resources partnered with Twin Eagle Resources Management, a well capitalized energy and rail logistics company, to form what is today known as Twin Eagle Frac Sand Logistics (“TESL”). Today TESL is one of the largest frac sand transloading companies in the United States with over $80 million in rail and silo assets across the major shale plays. It has more than 140 employees and annual revenues of greater than $30 million. Kyle is also the founding partner in Breakwater Energy Services which is the market leader for water transfer and recycling in the Texas oil field with over 2000 employees and $30M in assets. Breakwater leads new innovation in the water market that is changing the way energy companies look at water infrastructure. By developing world class facilities like Mission Rail Park in San Antonio, Kyle has gained experience in real estate, construction and rail logistics. Today he is focused on new infrastructure projects in rail, trucking, water pipeline, real estate and the technological efficiencies to make them more profitable assets.
“If I was going to teach a class on entrepreneurship it would be on partners I think and picking good partners, and picking partners that have skills that you don’t possess to satisfy the things that you’re shortcomings, and then having really bad partners as well, know the people you’re getting in business with, do your research on them and make expectations on partnership really clear”…[Listen for More]
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