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March 3, 2014
06:18 EDTGBXGreenbrier announces orders for 5,600 new railcars valued at $460M
Greenbrier announced that it received new orders in Q2 ended February 28 for 5,600 railcar units valued at approximately $460M. These orders include a recent award for 1,200 intermodal platforms. Other orders include small cube covered hoppers and tank cars used in the energy sector, automotive-related products, medium and large cube covered hopper cars for the grain and plastic pellet markets, boxcars for paper and forest products markets, and gondola cars for metal and scrap. Current downward trends in railroad train velocity are expected to lead to stronger demand for certain railcar types in the future. The orders announced today include 1,100 units valued at approximately $130M received in December 2013 and first reported in Greenbrier's press release dated January 8, 2014. Since September 1, 2013, the beginning of the company's fiscal year, Greenbrier has received orders for nearly 8,200 railcars in North America and Europe valued at over $690M.
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March 19, 2015
08:28 EDTGBXGreenbrier order flow impressive, says Sterne Agee
After Greenbrier announced yesterday that it received 10.1K orders in the February quarter, Sterne Agee says that the company's strong order flow is especially impressive since it likely excludes much of the effect of crude by rail tank orders related to the new tank car standards expected in May. The firm says that Greenbrier's backlog now essentially covers about two years worth of deliveries. It keeps an $84 price target and Buy rating on the shares.
March 17, 2015
06:03 EDTGBXGreenbrier announces orders for 10,100 railcars valued at $1.09B
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