Trinity Industries’ closed out 2023 with revenue up 51% over 2022 and a backlog of $3.2 billion, President and CEO Jean Savage said during an Feb. 22 financial report. Rising leasing rates
We spent two days in three Southeast cities with Trinity Industries CFO Eric Marchetto and head of Investor Relations Leigh Anne Mann. Management articulated what is arguably a railcar paradigm shift: a
As supply chain, labor and border challenges ease, Trinity Industries’ (TRN) year-to-date choppy execution, despite a backdrop of decidedly favorable supply dynamics, should improve leading to 14% 2024 production growth and accompanying
Trinity Industries, Inc. earnings results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2023 showed improvements in revenue, though railcar deliveries fell due mostly to factors the company could not control. Quarterly total
Trinity Industries, Inc. (Trinity) on Oct. 3 announced that it delivered 4,325 new railcars in the third quarter, 685 units below the company’s third-quarter projection, due to “the closing of the U.S.-Mexico border by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency (CBP).”
The 2023 Railway Age / RT&S Women in Rail event, to be held Nov. 2 in Chicago, will feature a panel of human resources and recruitment executives discussing changes in freight and passenger rail recruitment,
The 2023 Railway Age / RT&S Women in Rail event, to be held Nov. 2 in Chicago, will feature a panel of corporate diversity leaders discussing the importance of Employee Resource Groups
Topping the list of reasons to attend Railway Age / RT&S Women in Rail, to be held Nov. 2 in Chicago, is opening speaker Judy Carter, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at BNSF.
The industry conversation continues with Railway Age / RT&S Women in Rail 2023—our first in-person Women in Rail conference covering the freight, passenger and transit rail sectors. The Nov. 2 conference, presented
Trinity Industries’ second-quarter 2023 results “reflect a favorable operating environment and significant positive trends in our business,” President and CEO Jean Savage said during an Aug. 1 financial report. “We continue to see rising lease rates that reflect a balanced railcar fleet and railcar orders and deliveries to support replacement level demand, setting Trinity up for growth in the second half of the year.” TD Cowen weighs in.