Mr. Wallace continued, “During the second half of 2012, we are repositioning a portion of our production capacity to meet the growing demand for products serving the oil, gas, and chemicals industries. These products are well aligned with our core competencies. The repositioning will include, among other things, the conversion of certain facilities from manufacturing wind towers to railcars. These initiatives will enhance our ability to meet market demand and achieve additional operating leverage in the future. As we shift a portion of our production capacity to pursue these opportunities, there are multiple variables that can influence the timing of events pertaining to quarterly financial results. As a result, the earnings guidance we are providing is for the second half of 2012, rather than quarterly guidance.”Earnings Outlook
Trinity Industries, Inc. Reports Strong Growth In Second Quarter Of 2012 And Increases Full Year 2012 Earnings Guidance
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