Trinity Industries on Oct. 25 reported third-quarter 2022 GAAP and adjusted earnings that “show progress and improvement in our business,” according to President and CEO Jean Savage. “We continue to believe we will perform well in the coming years given our robust backlog and the favorable re-pricing environment for lease rates.”
Railinc will develop, maintain and operate RailPulse’s technology platform for monitoring railcar location, condition and health under a 10-year agreement, RailPulse reported on May 31.
For Trinity Industries’ Rail Products Group, “margins were positive, and railcar orders and deliveries were strong” in fourth-quarter 2021, President and CEO Jean Savage reported during a Feb. 17 earnings announcement. “The labor and supply chain challenges that have affected performance continued in the fourth quarter, but the company is seeing improvement as market conditions start to normalize.”
Trinity Industries has wrapped up the $375 million sale of its highway products business to Rush Hour Intermediate II LLC, which is owned by an affiliated investment fund of Monomoy Capital Partners.
Trinity Industries’ two partially owned lease subsidiaries have entered into agreements to refinance more than $1.2 billion in outstanding debt.
Trinity Industries, Inc. recently named Gregg B. Mitchell the Chief Commercial Officer of TrinityRail.