“We made solid progress during the quarter leveraging our manufacturing flexibility to reposition a portion of our production capacity to meet growing demand in these industries,” Mr. Wallace continued. “During the short term, repositioning requires up-front investment and causes operating inefficiencies that will impact results through the end of this year. In the long term, our repositioning enhances our ability to better serve our customers. Our outlook for 2013 remains optimistic. We are anticipating long production runs, resulting in additional operating leverage in our businesses that support the oil, gas, and chemical industries.”Earnings Outlook
Trinity Industries, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2012 Earnings Growth Of 100% And Raises Full Year 2012 Earnings Guidance
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