The Greenbrier Companies today reported net earnings in the second quarter of fiscal year 2013, ending Feb. 28, 2013, totaled totaled $13.8 million, jumping 33 percent compared with $10.4 million in the previous quarter.
29 Mar 2013
In January, February and March, The Greenbrier Companies has received new orders for 5,400 railcars valued at approximately $575 million.
13 Mar 2013
The Greenbrier Companies has hired Adrian Downes as senior vice president and chief accounting officer.
10 Jan 2013
Lake Oswego, Ore.-based railroad equipment supplier The Greenbrier Companies recently reported profit in the first quarter of fiscal year 2013, ending Nov. 30, 2012, was $10.4 million, increasing 40.5 percent...
08 Jan 2013
19 Dec 2012
Railcar maker The Greenbrier Companies’ advisors have engaged in discussions with Carl Icahn and his associates regarding an acquisition of Greenbrier by American Railcar Industries...
18 Dec 2012
American Railcar Industries, a railroad freight car manufacturing and repair company controlled by investor Carl Icahn, has offered to buy The Greenbrier Cos., which also makes and refurbishes railroad freight cars...
09 Apr 2012
Greenbrier rolled back into the black in its fiscal second quarter to a $17.7 million profit, as the rail supplier delivered 1,500 more railcars than it did a year ago.
06 Jan 2012
Rising rail freight and equipment demand sent revenue soaring at railcar and barge maker Greenbrier in the last quarter, strengthening the company’s profits.
03 Nov 2011
Propelled by surging rail equipment demand, railcar and barge maker Greenbrier Companies saw profit jump 64 percent to $12.6 million in the fiscal fourth quarter ending Aug. 31.
21 Sep 2011
The stock prices of several major railroads and railcar suppliers tumbled substantially more than the overall market did on Wednesday, after two big coal producers announced plans to cut back.
15 Sep 2011
Railcar manufacturer Greenbrier and American Railcar Industries continue to see strong demand to build new units, in what they say is an equipment market cycle that should keep growing for several yea
04 Aug 2011
Railcar builder Greenbrier said it has booked orders in June and July to build another 3,700 railcars valued around $285 million.
18 Jul 2011
Uncertainty may pervade the economy recovery and its impact on freight networks, but if railcar and barge builder Greenbrier is any indication, demand is holding up just fine, and getting better.
13 Jul 2011
CSX Transportation is increasing its capital spending plan for this year to $2.2 billion, up from an initial $2 billion, as it locks in more orders for new railcars to haul export coal.
08 Jul 2011
Greenbrier Companies, one of North America’s major builders of freight railcars plus some barges, saw revenue soar 153 percent in its fiscal third quarter that ended May 31, mainly on the streng
12 May 2011
Railcar and barge manufacturer Greenbrier Companies named Mark Eitzen as vice president and general manager of its Gunderson factory in Portland, Ore., the company’s key freight car plant in Nor
07 Apr 2011
Railcar and barge builder Greenbrier Companies almost broke even in its fiscal second quarter ending Feb.
17 Mar 2011
Greenbrier Companies took recent new orders to build 4,200 more railcars, most of them double-stack intermodal wells, valued at $325 million.
07 Jan 2011
Railcar and barge manufacturer Greenbrier Companies lost $2.3 million in its fiscal first quarter ending Nov.
22 Nov 2010
New equipment orders from lessors, railroads and shippers are giving railcar suppliers reason to celebrate for the first time since the Great Recession settled in two years ago.
10 Nov 2010
Railcar and barge builder Greenbrier Companies earned a $7.7 million net profit in its fiscal fourth quarter that ended Aug.
27 Sep 2010
In the latest sign that the freight recovery is hardening, railcar manufacturer Greenbrier Companies announced a second large round of recent orders for 3,000 cars worth $200 million, led as before by
25 Aug 2010
Railcar and barge builder Greenbrier Companies took orders valued at $130 million to build new railcars and modify older ones, mostly to meet still-growing demand for high capacity domestic intermodal