The Greenbrier Companies, Inc., completes its second railcar asset-backed securities issuance. Also, H.W. Lochner, Inc., a Chicago, Ill., transportation infrastructure planning and engineering services provider, acquires Denver, Colo.-based Triunity, Inc.
The Greenbrier Companies
The versatile, bilevel Multi-Max Plus™, designed and built by The Greenbrier Companies, addresses the constantly changing requirements of transporting motor vehicles by rail. Specifically designed to carry tall cargo vans such as the Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Stellantis Ram ProMaster, GMC BrightDrop and Rivian EDV 700 and built on our low-level flatcar frame, it has the tallest allowable car height in the industry—Plate K, 20 feet, 2 inches above top-of-rail—a 14-inch height advantage over traditional 19-foot Plate J bilevel auto racks. Unique, rapidly adjustable decks on both ends of the Multi-Max Plus make it “deck-compatible” with Plate J bilevel auto racks, thereby maximizing loading flexibility.
RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2023 ISSUE: Since 2017, Railway Age has celebrated women leaders who break down barriers and create opportunities for the next generation. This year, 23 honorees and five honorable mentions were selected from more than 100 Women in Rail awards candidates by judges Barbara Wilson and KellyAnne Gallagher, with input from the Railway Age staff. These visionaries from all levels of North American railroading are not only excelling in their respective fields, but also making an impact in the historically male-dominated freight, transit and supply sectors; supporting and inspiring more women to join the industry; and serving their communities. Congratulations to these women whose accomplishments are presented here.
Railway Age’s 2023 Women in Rail awards program recognizes 23 women who not only excel at leadership but also serve the community and drive industry change, paving the way for the next generation of railroaders.
The Greenbrier Companies’ Jack Isselmann and Norfolk Southern’s (NS) Doretha Smith shared the benefits of having a diverse supplier base on Day 2 of the 2023 Railway Interchange conference, which is being
RAILWAY INTERCHANGE 2023: Boxcar doors are vulnerable to damage during typical loading and unloading cycles with forklift trucks. Such damage can render them difficult or even impossible to unlock and open, or
Norfolk Southern is justifiably proud of the partnership it has forged with its craft unions. Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Paul Duncan discusses the improvements and special programs that have
The Greenbrier Companies boosted its order book by 15,300 railcars in its fiscal fourth quarter ending Aug. 31, 2023. Customers operating in “various commercial sectors” are purchasing a “range of railcar types” with an aggregate value of $1.9 billion, the manufacturer reported Sept. 21. TD Cowen offered insight.
We hosted freight industry “fireside chats” and presentations on Day 1 of the TD Cowen 16th Annual Global Transportation Conference, being held Sept. 6-7 in Boston. While we heard that the rail
The Greenbrier Companies on March 22 reported receiving orders for 4,500 new railcars during the fiscal second quarter ended Feb. 28, 2023, for which it provided preliminary results, including deliveries of 7,200 units. TD Cowen offers insight.