Gregory Aziz Discusses NSC’s Reaction To Harmonized North American Regulations

National Steel Car President and CEO, Gregory J Aziz, recently responded to the announcement of harmonized North American regulations relating to the transport of flammable liquids within the continent. Gregory J Aziz posits that the new, more clearly defined regulations that conform between both the United States and Canada will offer the clients of National Steel Car the clarity that they need to adhere to the regulations and practice best and safest practices.

 

As President and CEO of one of North America’s most trusted and esteemed manufacturers of railcars, Greg James Aziz is in a unique position to offer insightful commentary on the recently announced harmonized regulations. It is expected that the announcement will spur new orders for freight car manufacturers, National Steel Car, as their clients endeavor to update their equipment to be in-line with these new safety regulations.

The transport of flammable liquids requires specialized equipment that can prevent the leakage and seepage of the liquids, especially in the event of an accident or another mishap. By upgrading equipment to comply with these new safety measures, NSC will once again be at the forefront of the industry as they take a leadership position in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of these new upgraded freight cars.

 

Recent accidents in both Canada and the U.S. have prompted a closer scrutiny of the freight train industry and its safety standards. Mr. Aziz, and the entire team at National Steel Car, are completely dedicated to safety and the protection of the environment from disastrous spills of flammable liquids. It is the desire of the company, as well as the governments of both the U.S. and Canada to increase cooperation between the two countries, as well as with companies such as NSC to improve the safety record of the freight rail system throughout North America.

It is this dedication and leadership that has set Aziz and NSC ahead of their competitors in the freight car industry. This commitment to safety and adherence to governmental regulations from all North American countries, allows the continent to enjoy the swift movement of goods and resources across long distances in the shortest possible amount of time. The freight train industry understands the importance of safety regulations and remains committed to constant improvement of the sector’s overall safety record. With companies such as NSC leading the way, these improvements are likely to occur in the near short-term future.

The company received TTX SECO award for quality, for over a decade and recognized the growth of the company awarding it the ISO 9001:2008 certification.

 

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