Rail Boxcars For Lease and For Sale

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50' Hi-Cube Boxcars

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This fleet total ~19,000 cars and makes up ~35% of the total Plate F fleet. These cars are equipped with various door sizes and configurations but most have a single plug door. Forest products account for a majority of the commodities shipped, followed by paperboard.

50' Standard Boxcars

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This fleet totals ~51,000 railcars. The Plate C fleet is the largest and most diverse among the four box car groups, and is made up of 50' cars, which are both rigid and cushioned. The tonnage capacities of 70 tons or 100 tons. The primary commodity shipped are paper products (e.g., packaging paper and pulp), followed by scrap and printing paper.

60' Hi-Cube Boxcars

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This fleet totals ~31,000 cars, which represents ~58% of the total Plate F fleet and 25% of all box cars. These cars are equipped with a variety of door sizes and configurations. Most of this fleet are equipped with 16' double plug doors. Wood products, paperboard, strand board, pulp, and plywood are the primary commodities shipped.

60' Standard Boxcars

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This fleet total ~7000 cars and represents ~6% of all box cars and ~14% of the Plate C fleet. Most of these are are equipped with cushioned draft gears.

Auto Parts Boxcars

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These box cars that move auto parts are highly specialized. They are generally outfitted with special racks and loading devices designed for specific types of auto parts, and are dedicated to this commodity segment.

Refrigerated Boxcars

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There are two car types that service refrigerated commodities. The first is the mechanical refrigerated box car which includes insulation and a unit that controls the car's interior temperature. The second type of box car is the non-mechanical refrigerated box car, which is only insulated. The most common commodities shipped are frozen vegetables and wine, followed by fruit juice.

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