Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Trinity Invests in its Romanian Factory

Published by: International Railway Journal
Written by: Timothy Wallace in January 2001
Summarized by: Paige

This article tells about how Trinity was aiming to expand its presence in Europe. Trinity was cutting back manufacturing of freight wagons in the United States, and they were increasing the number in Europe. The company had already purchased a 70% stake in Astra Vagoane Arad, Romania. Also, it tells about what Trinity's main motive was which was to potentially construct freight vehicles more cheaply while still meeting the required quality and safety standards in both Europe and the USA. You can read more by going to the following site:

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