With more than a century of exemplary performance in engineering, manufacturing, and keen dedication to delivering quality products, National Steel Car has cemented a top spot in the North American market as the leading manufacturer of tank car and railroad freight. The firm handles its staffs with utmost respect due to their contributions in building its legacy. Thanks to a team of committed professionals, National Steel Car is more dynamic, unique, and innovative.
National Steel Car has been continuously challenging itself to deliver the best products to its client. It has constantly raised the bar, giving other big manufacturers in the market a run for their money. Even with the immense success that the firm has achieved over the decades, it has managed to remain committed to its core values. Therefore, this manufacturing heavyweight has earned the trust of its many customers. It produces railcars of high quality and delivers them to the customers on time. The company holds ISO 9001:2008 certification. National Steel Car has pocketed the prestigious Annual TTX SECO accolade for more than a decade. This firm has retained its leading position as the North America’s most trusted railcars manufacturer due to its consistent pursuit of excellence.
Who is Gregory James Aziz?
Gregory James Aziz, known by many as Greg, is the chair, managing director, and chief executive of National Steel Car, an Ontario-based railroad freight car manufacturing company. The 68-year old executive pursued a business-related degree at Ridley College and joined the University of Western Ontario to major in economics. Upon graduating, Greg Aziz secured a job at Affiliated Foods, his family wholesale firm. After 16 years, the business expanded in leaps and bounds and started importing fresh foods from South America, Europe, and Central America. It also became the major distributor of fresh food in Eastern Canada and throughout the United States.
Late in the 1980s, Greg James Aziz ventured into the investment-banking sector and worked with several firms until early 1990s. In 1994, Greg sealed a strategic deal with Dofasco that saw him acquire the National Steel Car. He then started his mission of making this firm a top railcar manufacturer. Capitalizing on National Steel Car’s robust engineering abilities, outstanding team building, and through a huge investment in human resource and capital, the firm grew its manufacturing capacity from 3,500 cars in 1994 to 12,000 railcars by 1999. Over the same duration, employment increased from about 600 to nearly 3,000.