Rail Industries: We are going to make railroading great again!

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We are going to make railroading great again!

Rail Industries Incorporated, an Orlando, Florida-based rail car constructor just announced plans to manufacture new state-of-the-art passenger railroad cars here in the United Stated of America.

This will be the first time in nearly fifty years where passenger railway cars will be built here in America with all American labor and parts. The last time cars were built-in the United States was almost a half a century ago by The Budd Company, Pullman Standard, American Car & Foundry (ACF) and St. Louis Car Co. along with same made by the railroads themselves.

Rail Industries Inc. plans to build both inter-city and short-haul, commuter style cars. Cars can be produced in either stainless steel or carbon steel depending on the use and operation. Designs are being developed for both single level and double level cars.

All cars will conform to FRA and AAR standards and will be produced to customer needs. Cars will include coaches, lounge cars, dining and sleeping cars. Special use cars will also be produced.

Rail Industries Inc. plans on using only American made parts, vendors, and suppliers for their rail cars. Rail Industries Inc. feels that America can produce the best quality cars at a much lower cost than imported cars coming into the US by foreign car builders.

Rail Industries Inc. will manufacture cars in both the state of Florida and in the state of Illinois. Other locations are being considered for additional facilities around the USA.

The state-of-the-art rail cars will be built using the latest in modern technology, passenger comfort, and safety.

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Contact: Sukraham Narine

Executive Vice President

Engineering and Mechanical

(407) 857 3645


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