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Rail car led investing

Wednesday, August 29, 2007
To accrue operating and cost efficiencies, rail car operators increasingly prefer to lease rail cars.

A SQUARE :: 29Aug07 Rail car led investing
Category Transportation
Author Sona Blessing
Leasing affords flexibility, ability to focus on core competencies as opposed to pursuing an expensive-labour intensiveintegrated
approach of managing and servicing a railcar fleet
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