Railcar Leasing Market Current and Upcoming

serc thanksgiving lunch 2018Global Railcar Leasing Market 2018 serves fundamental comprehension into worldwide Railcar Leasing industry alongside the most recent points of interest, for example, as of now commanding players in the market, business chain structure, approaches by locale, and part astute investigation of every portion. Rising mechanical improvement will assist the pursuers with setting their objectives towards Railcar Leasing Market item particulars and customers driving the long haul advertise income and gainfulness.


Global Rail Equipment Market 2018 History, Overviews, Demand and Forecast 2023

This report studies the global Rail Equipment market status and forecast, categorizes the global Rail Equipment market size (value & volume) by manufacturers, type, application, and region. This report focuses on the top manufacturers in North America, Europe, Japan, China, India, Southeast Asia and other regions (Central & South America, and Middle East & Africa).

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U.S. Refiners Scramble To Avoid Railcar Shortage

U.S. oil refiners as well as producers are frantically looking for ways to reverse a decision by the country’s largest railroad operator, BNSF Railway Co, to curb the use of retrofitted oil tank cars on its railroads as a safety measure after a derailment in Iowa in June.

SERC FP Slide 4Reuters reports that this decision could lead to the removal of several thousand oil tank cars from a crucial railway line and up the lease the rates for new cars substantially. Already, two brokers told Reuters, the lease rate for new oil tank cars is over US$1,000 apiece per month, up from US$400 per month at the end of last year. Read More...

Credit: https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/US-Refiners-Scramble-To-Avoid-Railcar-Shortage.html

Towering Pine railcar is worth restoring

SERC Truck on sightIt has been almost 40 years since an Amtrak train stopped at or rolled past the L&N Depot.

The last train to depart the historic depot was in 1979. In a lot of ways, we miss having a train service such as Amtrak stopping in our city. Just think how convenient it would be to drive to the depot and hop on an Amtrak and start traveling across country. For those old enough to remember, it had to be a really neat experience. Read More... https://www.bgdailynews.com/opinion/our_opinion/towering-pine-railcar-is-worth-restoring/article_5af1c87a-18ac-515d-b681-2349c27ab152.html

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