National Steel Car has provided over a century of engineering and manufacturing excellence for railroad freight and tank cars. The company is North America’s leading manufacturer. Greg Aziz feels that the cornerstone of the company’s success is its people. As a result, the company prides itself on being highly diverse, dynamic, and innovative. The company also states that having high values is essential to its success.
Companies like National Steel Car remain relevant because they constantly challenge themselves to provide better products and customer service. This results in a constant raising of the bar. This is what makes them stand head and shoulders above competitors in the rail industry. Customers trust the company to build high-quality rail cars and to deliver on time and within budget.
Another distinction of the company it its ISO 9001:2008 certification. This adds to the industry respect commanded by the company. Gregory James Aziz makes sure that his company’s success does not rest on its laurels and past achievements. There is no end to the company’s pursuit of perfection. As long as the company continues to listen to customers and place them first, the company should continue to lead the pack.
Greg Aziz builds best-in-class railcars that exceed that standards of it customers as well as the railroad industry. Types of railcars include auto rack, center beam and coal, coil, covered hopper, flat, gondola, intermodal spine, intermodal well, super duty box, open top hopper, and jumbo box car. National Steel Car is far beyond any ordinary company. Under the leadership of Aziz, sales continue to grow due to his vast reservoir of experience. As such, he has received several awards for his insightful and effective leadership.
The industry can also depend on the company for aftermarket parts like trucks and wheel sets, body bolsters, fulcrum brackets, brake piping, handholds, and ladder rounds. James Aziz was born in 1949 in Ontario, Canada. He attended the University of Western and graduated with a degree in Economics. He gained a great deal of experience working in his family’s food process business before moving to New York City. In America, he gained additional experience in banking and investment firms.