The leading manufacturer in railroad freight and tank cars has been leading the market for more than 100 years. The National Steel Car corporation has continued to surpass all expectations when it comes to the engineering and manufacturing of railroad equipment.
When it comes to the people who work for National Steel Car, they all share one thing. The company cares deeply about the people that work there as well as the people that they provide for. They have worked together to become a diverse and dynamic business over the years.
Greg Aziz, the CEO of National Steel Car has maintained that they will continue to raise the bar on building a bigger and better business. By focusing on the rail industry, they are continuing to remain unmatched by creating a deeper purpose and remaining true to their core values.
National Steel Car is committed to sticking to their delivery performances as well as building top of the line rail cars. The business has won a number of achievements while under the direction of Gregory Aziz. The annual TTX SECO award has been given to National Steel Car for more than a decade.
Greg James Aziz makes sure that he is not relying solely on the past of the business but by also living up to the demands of the customers. By valuing the relationships between the builders and suppliers, National Steel Car has maintained quality railcars while employing over 2,000 employees.
The National Steel Car corporation has acquired more orders to create a higher and more advanced type of grain rail cars. This new design will be a shorter and lighter car which will allow for more grain to be carried. This is going to allow for more cars to go into retirement from most other fleets.
The new order for rail cars to be made is going to allow for National Steel Car to hire additional personnel and will allow for many permanent positions to be opened up within the company. Greg Aziz went on record to thank the partnerships that they have kept during their 106 years in making of the rail cars. See This Page for additional information.
This latest contract that National Steel has acquired is just the tip of the iceberg for the contracts they have made with CN Rail. The contract signed will create 1,000 new grain hopper cars to be made during the next two years. The contract will allow for the older and less capacity cars to be taken off the rails. Up until now, the Western Canadian grain fleets were made up of cars that were on an average of 30 years or more in age. This is not the only contract that CN Rail put into works with National, they had also acquired a contract to create 350 lumber cars. With the latest contracts set out in motion, there will be an additional job placement for 550 new employees to the business which will hold more than 1500 employees at their Hamilton facility.