Trinity Industries President and CEO Jean Savage

Revenue, Margin Improvement Expected in 2023, Says Trinity’s Savage

At Trinity Industries, the Railcar Leasing and Management Services Group continues to see “lease rate improvement and strong utilization,” and the Rail Products Group “again faced labor and supply chain challenges, impacting deliveries and margins,” President and CEO Jean Savage reported during a fourth-quarter and full-year 2022 earnings announcement on Feb. 21.

(Autorack Photograph Courtesy of Trinity)

Trinity Acquires Holden America

Trinity Industries, Inc., on Jan. 6 reported the acquisition of Holden America, a Montreal, Quebec-based producer of multi-level vehicle securement and protection systems, gravity-outlet gates, and gate accessories for freight rail, to support its autorack manufacturing business.

“The start of 2023 was busy at Trinity as we continued to ramp up production and optimize our business,” Trinity President and CEO Jean Savage said.

Trinity’s Savage: ‘Strong Momentum’ for 2023

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.”

Trinity Industries President and CEO Jean Savage

Trinity: ‘Strong 4Q21 Highlights Improving Market Conditions’

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.”