Mr. Gregory James Aziz has been serving as the President, Chairman of the Board, and the Chef executive officer (CEO) of the Canadian manufacturer of railroad transportation National Steel Car for 25 years. He acquired the company back in 1994, and since then National Steel Car has made a strong comeback to its line of work.
When Mr. Gregory J Aziz acquired the business, National Steel Car had only six hundred employees, which was unusual mostly because the company is 104 years of age. It used to be one of the most active competitors for many years with only one significant down period which occurred at the start of the Great Depression. The company started receiving too few orders to be able to maintain its status. The National Steel Car experienced an inability to be flexible and adapt to the times as well as its competitors were during the Great Depression.
Eventually, National Steel Car managed to get back into speed. After it survived the Great Depression, National Steel Car started receiving a massive amount of orders with the start of the Second World War. After the war the company started slowing down again and it had been operating in a stagnant state since.
The new period in the life of the 104-year-old company started when Mr. Gregory J Aziz became the owner of the business. By the fifth year, Mr. Gregory J Aziz had already managed to make significant expansions to the company.
National Steel Car s current operation beyond the border of Canada and not only on the national ground. The company has started doing business with clients based in the United States of America as well, and it is expected that National Steel Car will continue to expand its reach.
One of the latest clients of National Steel Car started working with the company last year in 2016. The company is the K+S Potash Canada or KSPC for short. K+S Potash Canada is a supplier of potash which delivers the material from its Bethune mine to clients based in North America.
The company of K+S Potash Canada received its international fleet from National Steel Car, and in August it also got its first freight cars from the Canadian manufacturer as well, two hundred cars to be exact. Over the course of the next couple of years, K+S Potash Canada will be receiving more cars. The partnership will beneficial for both sides. Go To This Page for more information.
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