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Within the space of a few minutes, the robotic assembly line at Honda’s East Liberty, Ohio, plant can transition from building compact Civics to CRV crossovers. The Ford Explorer, a…
Greenbrier reports FY3Q results—and a few big changes
The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. on Tuesday, July 2 reported results for its fiscal year third quarter ended May 31, 2013, and at the same time announced significant changes in its…
Greenbrier Cos. debuts Multi-Max auto railcar
At a ceremony in Cleburne, Tex., Wednesday, May 29, the Greenbrier Cos. introduced Multi-Max, an automotive railcar that the company says "significantly advances the options for transporting autos by rail."
Greenbrier Cos. 2Q earnings fall, but beat Street
Lake Oswego, Ore.-based The Greenbrier Cos. Thursday reported net earnings of $13.8 million, or 45 cents per diluted share, in its second fiscal quarter ending Feb. 28, 2013. That was…
Greenbrier Cos. touts new orders for 5,400 railcars
Lake Oswego, Ore.-based The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. late Wednesday said it received new orders in January, February, and March for 5,400 railcar units valued at approximately $575 million.
Timken Co. to buy Greenbrier Cos. asset package
The Greenbrier Cos. Thursday said it has reached agreement with The Timken Co. to sell "substantially all the equipment utilized in Greenbrier's reconditioned wheelset roller bearing operations in Elizabethtown, Kentucky."
Greenbrier Cos. pleased with 1Q numbers
The Greenbrier Cos. early Wednesday reported its fiscal first-quarter results for the period ending Nov. 30, 2012, and indicated satisfaction with the outcome.
Greenbrier Cos. notes new railcar orders
Lake Oswego, Ore.-based The Greenbrier Cos. late Monday said it is meeting "robust demand for new railcars in North American and European markets with orders for over 4,200 units valued…
Greenbrier to Icahn: No deal
The Greenbrier Companies has firmly rejected Carl Icahn-led American Railcar Industries’ conditional proposal to acquire Greenbrier for $22 per share. The offer “is unacceptable and not in the best interests…
ARI to Greenbrier: $22, take it or leave it
American Railcar Industries late Wednesday disclosed that it had raised its offer for railcar builder Greenbrier from $20 to $22 a share.
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