National Steel Car has a long, storied history that dates all the way back to 1912. It was founded under the name Imperial Car Company, but its owners decided to change to National Steel Car only a month later. Since its foundation, the company has been a producer of freight cars. Over the company’s existence they have built gondola cars, passenger cars, bagged cars, and more, but now they simply focus on commercial transport cars.
Gregory James Aziz has made many of the vital changes to National Steel Car. Since 1994 the company has been going through a period of extreme growth. It is all thanks to decisions made by Greg J. Aziz. He purchased the company in 1994 and led the company through a tough time for the entire industry. When the smoke had settled, National Steel Car was not only still active but an industry leader.
The company’s success was made possible by Gregory James Aziz‘s excellent education and experience in the financial industry. Greg Aziz major in economics during his time as the University of Western Ontario. He also attended Ridley College.
Greg Aziz was born in London, Ontario, Canada in 1949 and grew up with parents who owned a food production and distribution company. He grew up to briefly work for the company. It was called Affiliated Foods. During his time with the company he began what would later turn out to be a period of growth for the company. It is now an international distributor.
Greg Aziz attained the wealth necessary to purchase National Steel Car during his time in New York. He made wise investments and in 1994 he finally purchased National Steel Car, which was located in his home province back in Canada. See Related Link for more information.
National Steel Car is not only the leader of its industry, it has also been honored, since 1996, with the TTX SECO highest quality award. It is because of their relentless venture towards higher quality cars that companies such as CSX purchase cars from National Steel Car. National Steel Car also provides the freight cars for Canada’s rail systems like Canadian National Railway.