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$43.06
Previous Close
$43.06
Day High
$46.99
Day Low
$42.62
52 Week High
09/19/14 - $78.32
52 Week Low
01/8/14 - $30.59
Market Cap
1.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
957.2K
EPS TTM
$2.64
Shares Outstanding
27.0M
EX-Date
11/7/14
P/E TM
17.6x
Dividend
$0.60
Dividend Yield
0.64%
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The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets railroad freight car equipment in North America and Europe. Its Manufacturing Segment offers double-stack intermodal railcars; tank cars; auto-max railcar, multi-max auto rack, and flat cars for automotive transportation; conventional railcars, such as boxcars, covered hopper cars, center partition cars, bulkhead flat cars, and solid waste service flat cars; and pressurized tank cars, non-pressurized tank cars, gondolas and coil cars, coal cars, sliding wall cars, and automobile transporter cars; and marine vessels, including conventional deck barges, double-hull tank barges, railcar/deck barges, barges for aggregates, and other heavy industrial products and dump barges. The company’s Wheels, Repair & Parts segment provides wheel services, including reconditioning of wheels and axles, new axle machining and finishing, and axle downsizing; heavy railcar repair and refurbishment, as well as routine railcar maintenance; and repair, refurbishment, and retrofitting of railcars for third parties. This segment also reconditions and manufactures railcar cushioning units, couplers, yokes, side frames, bolsters, and various other parts, as well as produces roofs, doors, and associated parts for boxcars. Its Leasing & Services segment offers operating leases and ‘by the mile’ leases for a fleet of approximately 8,600 railcars; and management services, including railcar maintenance management, railcar accounting services, fleet management, administration, and railcar remarketing. This segment owns or provides management services to a fleet of approximately 246,000 railroads, shippers, carriers, institutional investors and other leasing and transportation companies. The company’s customers include railroads, leasing companies, financial institutions, shippers, carriers, and transportation companies. The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

9,244 Employees
Last Reported Date: 10/30/14
Founded in 1974

greenbrier companies inc (GBX) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Preside...
Total Annual Compensation: $829.3K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $408.0K
President of North American Manufacturing Ope...
Total Annual Compensation: $471.3K
President of Greenbrier Leasing Company LLC
Total Annual Compensation: $296.0K
Chief Commercial Officer and Senior Vice Pres...
Total Annual Compensation: $336.7K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

greenbrier companies inc (GBX) Key Developments

The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. Presents at 6th Annual Aerospace & Industrials 1-1 Conference, Dec-11-2014

The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. Presents at 6th Annual Aerospace & Industrials 1-1 Conference, Dec-11-2014 . Venue: Boston Harbor Hotel, 60 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110, United States.

The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. Announces Orders for 14,100 Railcars Valued at $1.24 Billion

The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. announced that it received new orders in its first quarter ended November 30, 2014 for 14,100 railcar units valued at $1.24 billion. Orders for the quarter include small-cube covered hopper cars for sand and cement transportation, boxcars, double-stack intermodal units, automobile carrying cars, gondolas and tank cars, both for crude oil and other commodity types. The average selling price for the orders reflects the diversity of railcar types ordered.

Greenbrier Promotes Jack Isselmann to Senior Vice President, External Affairs & Programs

The Greenbrier Companies announced the promotion of Jack Isselmann to Senior Vice President, External Affairs & Programs. Isselmann joined Greenbrier in 2012 as Director of Corporate Relations and Communications. Last year Isselmann was promoted to Vice President, External Affairs & Communications in part to recognize his role developing and advancing Greenbrier's public safety efforts related to its Tank Car of the Future. Isselmann reports to William A. Furman, Chairman and CEO and works closely with other senior staff members. A former partner at Tonkon Torp LLP, Isselmann also interfaces with its legal department on select compliance and regulatory matters.

 

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