GATX Corporation Sets Date For 2012 First Quarter Earnings Release And Conference Call

GATX Corporation (NYSE:GMT) today announced that it will report results for the 2012 first quarter prior to market open on Thursday, April 26, 2012. GATX will hold a conference call to review the results later that morning. Investors may listen to the call either via telephone or over the Internet as follows:

Live Teleconference
      Date:     Thursday, April 26, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM (Eastern Time)
Domestic Dial-In: 1-800-895-0231
International Dial-In: 1-785-424-1054
Live Webcast:

www.gatx.com
 

To participate by phone, please dial in approximately 15 minutes prior to the start time and reference the GATX conference call. To listen via webcast, click on the link on GATX’s homepage, www.gatx.com.

Replay Information
      Time:     Starting at 2:00 PM (Eastern Time), Thursday, April 26, 2012
Domestic Dial-In: 1-888-203-1112
International Dial-In: 1-719-457-0820
Access Code: 4574425
Web Access:

The replay will also be available at www.gatx.com
 

COMPANY DESCRIPTION

GATX Corporation (NYSE:GMT) strives to be recognized as the finest railcar leasing company in the world by its customers, its shareholders, its employees and the communities where it operates. Controlling one of the largest railcar fleets in the world, GATX has been providing quality railcars and services to its customers for 114 years. GATX has been headquartered in Chicago, Illinois since its founding in 1898 and has traded on the New York Stock Exchange since 1916. For more information, visit the Company’s website at www.gatx.com.

Investor, corporate, financial, historical financial, photographic and news release information may be found at www.gatx.com .

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