|Bid||25.80 x 12500|
|Ask||26.00 x 12000|
|Day's Range||25.40 - 25.40|
|52 Week Range||19.03 - 41.20|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.87|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.90 (3.64%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Railcar manufacturer Greenbrier (NYSE: GBX) is unveiling a newly-designed covered hopper railcar that will enable faster grain discharges. The new hoppers will also be shorter than traditional models, enabling the addition of more railcars on a fixed amount of track. The hoppers will be 50 feet and 6 inches long, with a capacity of 5,185 cubic feet.
With rail traffic lower year-over-year and precision scheduled railroading (PSR) initiatives in full swing at the Class I railroads, it's understandable that demand for railcars has slowed. Justin Roberts, Vice President of Corporate Finance and Treasurer of Lake Oswego, Oregon-based GBX was immediately questioned after his presentation outlining the current state of affairs – total carloads down 2.5 percent year-over-year so far in 2019, railcars in storage up 16 percent year-over-year to 341,000 units (20 percent of the industry fleet) and future annual delivery forecasts recently lowered to the 45,000 to 50,000 range.
Railcar manufacturer Greenbrier (NYSE: GBX) and eastern U.S. railroads CSX (NYSE: CSX) and Norfolk Southern (NYSE: NSC) are adding some new faces to executive roles. Railcar manufacturer GBX has promoted Lorie Tekorius to president and chief operating officer, the company said on August 29. Tekorius, who served most recently as the company's chief operating officer as well as its chief financial officer, will oversee several GBX divisions, including strategic planning, the repair and parts business unit and other company departments such as global corporate health, safety and security, accounting, finance and human resources.
Railcar manufacturer and lessor Greenbrier (NYSE: GBX) is seeking to develop railcars that are lighter and hold more volume but are also shorter, according to a report citing the company's sustainability initiatives. In its "Building for Tomorrow" report that was released on August 20, GBX said it has been enhancing its railcar design in order to achieve certain goals. One goal was to reduce the tare weight, which is the weight of an empty vehicle or container.
The rail car maker is likely riding into a slower period of demand for its products, which investors should keep in mind when considering it as a dividend play.
Railcar manufacturer and supplier Greenbrier (NYSE: GBX) plans to invest $16 million to expand a manufacturing facility in Marmaduke, Arkansas. The expansion will add 35 new jobs to the plant's roster of 850 employees, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission said on August 7. The facility in Marmaduke was one of the assets operated by American Railcar Industries (ARI), which GBX acquired earlier this year as part of wider efforts to grow its railcar manufacturing and production business.
U.S. railcar manufacturer and lessor Greenbrier (NYSE: GBX) finalized its acquisition of the manufacturing business of American Railcar Industries (ARI) from ITE Management, the company said on July 28. Greenbrier said the acquisition, which was announced in April and finalized on July 26, will enable GBX to provide customers not only with direct sales or leasing options but also with after-market services. Customers seeking tank cars and covered hoppers will also benefit from GBX's expanded geographic footprint as a result of the acquisition of ARI.
Railcar manufacturer The Greenbrier Companies (NYSE: GBX) reported fiscal third quarter 2019 adjusted earnings of $0.89 per share, $0.07 per share light of the NASDAQ consensus estimate of $0.96. The company's adjusted earnings excluded non-recurring expenses for a goodwill impairment charge in its repair division and acquisition costs related to its pending deal with American Railcar Industries (ARI). "Greenbrier gained the momentum we expected during the quarter, led by improved operating efficiencies in our core North American manufacturing business. Greenbrier's current and expected performance is consistent with our prior comments that revenue and margin would be back-half weighted this fiscal year.
Shares of Greenbrier Cos. went off the rails Tuesday, falling 11.5% to $27.29, after the freight car equipment maker missed Wall Street's third-quarter earnings expectations. The Lake Oswego, Oregon-based company reported net earnings of $15.
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The Greenbrier Companies (NYSE: GBX) is planning to buy the manufacturing arm of American Railcar Industries as a way to increase its North American presence. Oregon-based Greenbrier, a railcar manufacturer that serves markets in North America, Europe, Saudi Arabia and Brazil, will acquire the assets from ITE Management in a transaction valued at $400 million, the company said on April 18. ITE acquired American Railcar Industries in December 2018.