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The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets railroad freight car equipment in North America and Europe. It offers double-stack railcars; boxcars used in forest products, automotive, perishables, and general merchandise applications; covered hopper cars for the grain, cement, and plastics industries; gondolas and coil cars for the steel and metals markets; center partition cars for the forest products industry; bulkhead flat cars; flat cars for automotive transportation; and solid waste service flat cars. The company also provides railcar component parts. In addition, it develops pressurized tank cars for liquid petroleum gas and ammonia; non pressurized tank cars for light oil, chemicals, and other products; sliding wall cars; and rolling highway cars, as well as ocean-going conventional deck barges, double-hull tank barges, railcar/deck barges, barges for aggregates and other heavy industrial products, and ocean-going dump barges. The Greenbrier Companies also involves in the repair and refurbishment of railcars for third parties, as well as of its own leased and managed fleet; service of wheel and axle through its wheel shops; reconditioning of railcar cushioning units; and production of boxcar sliding door and roof products, and couplers and yokes. In addition, it offers various management services, which comprise railcar maintenance management; railcar accounting services, such as billing and revenue collection and car hire receivable and payable; and fleet management, including railcar tracking and software development, administration, and railcar remarketing. Further, The Greenbrier Companies produces railcar castings through a joint venture. It owns approximately 9,000 railcars and provides management services for approximately 136,000 railcars for railroads, shippers, carriers, and other leasing and transportation companies. The company was founded in 1974 and is based in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Shares Outstanding5: 16.37M Float: 15.10M % Held by Insiders1: 17.79% % Held by Institutions1: 82.80%
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GBX News: Greenbrier goes ex-dividend tomorrow 07/26/2021 11:19:56 AM
GBX News: Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) 07/16/2021 04:59:08 PM
GBX News: Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) 07/16/2021 04:52:51 PM
GBX News: Greenbrier Adds Two Independent Directors to Board of Directors 07/13/2021 04:50:00 PM
GBX News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 07/13/2021 04:07:17 PM
#42   News: $GBX Why Greenbrier Companies Shares Are Surging Today whytestocks 07/10/20 02:15:04 PM
#41   News: $GBX Greenbrier Reports Fiscal Third Quarter 2020 Results whytestocks 07/10/20 11:15:39 AM
#40   News: $GBX Greenbrier Chairman and CEO to remain whytestocks 07/10/20 11:00:35 AM
#39   News: $GBX Greenbrier introduces advanced covered hopper railcar whytestocks 09/09/19 01:50:31 PM
#38   News: $GBX Greenbrier to Acquire Manufacturing Business of whytestocks 04/18/19 03:21:30 PM
#37   Fundamentals imply Greenbrier Companies $GBX is 10% undervalued ValueInvestor15 04/03/17 11:33:12 AM
#36   Greenbrier Reports Second Quarter Results (4/05/16) Enterprising Investor 04/05/16 03:37:40 PM
#35   Greenbrier Announces Order from Saudi Railway Company for Enterprising Investor 10/08/15 02:11:26 PM
#34   Greenbrier Expects to Exceed EPS Guidance for Fiscal Enterprising Investor 10/08/15 02:09:56 PM
#33   Wow up after stinking up earnings... interesting!!! uptowndw 07/02/15 11:10:45 AM
#32   Why Railroads Can’t Keep Enough Boxcars in Service Enterprising Investor 06/25/15 02:21:22 PM
#31   Greenbrier (GBX -10.4%) tumbles more than 10% after Timothy Smith 06/20/15 04:07:06 AM
#30   Regulatory boost for rail tank car makers could Enterprising Investor 06/03/15 10:11:00 AM
#29   Riding the Railcars (5/30/15) Enterprising Investor 05/31/15 11:33:16 AM
#28   California drought: Can railroads come to the rescue? Enterprising Investor 05/01/15 05:46:13 PM
#27   U.S. Tank Car Rule To Require Electronic Train 56Chevy 05/01/15 11:58:08 AM
#26   So I wonder who will be making all cdaniel394 03/17/15 03:46:47 AM
#25   Canada toughens oil tank car standards, wants even Enterprising Investor 03/13/15 05:47:23 AM
#24   Not a lot of chatter about this company. srorich 11/06/14 01:24:35 PM
#23   Greenbrier Reports Record Results for Fourth Quarter and Enterprising Investor 10/30/14 09:35:09 AM
#22   Greenbrier Announces Orders for 15,000 Railcars Valued at Enterprising Investor 09/18/14 07:40:54 PM
#21   Proposal Threatens to Aggravate Shortage of Railcars to Enterprising Investor 08/15/14 01:05:32 PM
#20   56Chevy, Thank you for the reply. I am ronpopeil 07/05/14 08:26:02 AM
#19   Looking at this one and trn. Not sure ronpopeil 07/04/14 06:28:24 PM
#17   Greenbrier Announces New Railcar Awards Including First For 56Chevy 07/02/14 06:21:51 PM
#16   Greenbrier, Watco Form Railcar-Repair Venture 56Chevy 07/02/14 06:01:10 PM
#15   Greenbrier Reports Record Third Quarter Revenue, Net Earnings, 56Chevy 07/02/14 05:32:07 PM
#14   Greenbrier Companies (GBX) 56Chevy 07/02/14 12:26:35 PM
#13   We are going to 35means target!!! dakmack2 10/18/13 05:49:57 PM
#12   GBX has a nice looking chart here, looks Andy68 08/05/13 10:30:33 AM
#11   Get em! dakmack2 04/01/13 05:15:16 PM
#10   Today I am recommending to buy GBX and tradingtornadodotcom 03/23/12 01:54:08 PM
#9   ~ Thursday! $GBX ~ Earnings posted, pending or Penny Roger$ 03/08/12 02:56:08 AM
#8   thanks and same to you! moores2009 12/04/08 04:17:38 PM
#7   Hope so. It would be good to have the cork 12/04/08 03:11:37 PM
#6   It looks like gbx is getting ready for moores2009 12/04/08 02:24:07 PM
#5   Nice post. If one believes the markets will the cork 11/07/08 04:12:58 PM
#4   Greenbrier Stays In The Green MWM 11/07/08 03:51:26 PM
#3   Hi Mike, Thought so too. I remember when the cork 11/07/08 03:48:05 PM
#2   This looks really cheap! MWM 11/05/08 11:12:48 AM
#1   Low float.... hmmm. Check the institutions. analogdog 05/14/08 08:02:15 AM
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