Rail Car Counts 2009: The New Reality. Save 50%

Rail Car Counts 2010: The New Reality

Rail-car orders have been plunging for the past few years as more and more cars have been put into storage. Deliveries in 2010 are forecasted to fall by another 50 percent from the unusually low levels recorded in 2009. However, rail traffic is increasing and inactive rail cars are now returning to service.

How fast will the railroads recover and how many of the surplus cars will be reactivated? Will rail-car lessors and builders have to wait another year to see signs of a recovery or will business for all segments of the rail industry see improvements in 2010?

Originally aired on May 25, 2010, this archived presentation thoroughly addresses several top-of-mind topics: How fast will the industry recover? Has there been an economic reset? If so, what is the "new reality"? You'll also get a detailed look at four groups of cars: tank, coal, intermodal, and grain. Besides the rail-car forecasts, the Webcast explores the underlying need for the cars and the prospects of how the current situation will change.

You will learn:

* How far orders/deliveries will fall this year
* How fast the industry will recover
* The long-term outlook (to the year 2020)
* When orders for new coal cars will recover
* What happened to Ethanol?

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