Demand Sharply Increases for Railcar Rentals from VTG Rail
Edwardsville, Illinois June 13, 2014 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) June 13, 2014 - The demand for railcar rentals is booming-this is the trend that was recently highlighted by a story published in the May 29, 2014 edition of The Wall Street Journal. Written by Bob Tita, the story cited several industry experts to paint a portrait of a business world where the demand for railcar rentals currently far exceeds supply. This imbalance significantly affects the day-by-day operations of many businesses across North America, as a wide variety of industries depend on railcars to transport materials of various kinds. Among the companies routinely being sought out to relieve this chronic railcar shortage is VTG Rail.
As an industry leader in the railcar leasing business, VTG Rail is well positioned to help its clients rent the equipment they need to transport important materials. The company supplies a variety of high-quality equipment, including bulkhead flat cars, covered hoppers, open top hoppers, tank cars, and gondolas. VTG Rail's line of railcars can be used to ship a broad assortment of commodities: coal, grain products, iron ore, limestone, cement products, diesel fuel, fertilizer, petroleum, steel, pressurized gas, vegetable oil, and much more.
Boasting a staff that draws upon more than 100 years of collective experience in the railcar industry, the company prides itself on top-notch customer service. VTG Rail's available rental options include full-service and net leases.
For further information about VTG Rail and its rental programs, please visit the company's official site at www.vtgrail.com. VTG Rail provides free email updates every month.
About VTG Rail
With over 25 years' experience in the business, VTG Rail has established itself as one of the leaders in the railcar leasing industry. Serving the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, the company provides a wide range of railcars, such as covered hoppers, tank cars, and bulkhead flat cars. VTG Rail maintains offices in Edwardsville, Illinois, and McAllen, Texas.