Everyday National Steel Car provides a service to countries across the globe which include Canada, the United States, Europe plus Central and South America. This service is the production of steel cars which ride railways across the planet. However, the story of how this company came to be and the man behind its inception is by no means an everyday tale. Greg Aziz can take credit for being the inspiration behind bringing greatness and prestige back to this great company. The details of this story can be seen as a how-to manual on the steps to creating a market along with finding or feeling a need for the general public with innovation and savvy. Like any good legacy, the effort and energy entails within this endeavor span over decades of time and its momentum is something like that of a train.
The origin of Greg Aziz is London Ontario in 1949. His life continues on until he starts as education at Ridley College only to move on to University of Western Ontario to study economics. Once finished with that, he lends a helping hand to his family’s business which provides the produce of wholesale groceries. For more than a decade and a half, he proves himself to be a credit to this company and undoubtedly learns everything they do not teach in business school. From there, he makes his way over to New York where he continues to grow both personally and as a businessman managing finances in the Big Apple. This particular service allows him to amass enough wealth to purchase National Steel Car. And, through personal vision Greg Aziz reinstates its greatness to establish a market for himself in the industry.
To this end, Greg who is also known as Greg Aziz succeeds once more in leading a company to its greatest potential. This is how National Steel Car comes to be one of the largest producers of steel cars in the world. Leading the way in an industry that is still a cornerstone to many economies and by extension the political arena in the US and Canada as well, this company’s production numbers are truly impressive and blessed by fortune. Every year, 3000 of its employees produce 120,000 steel cars that are lifeblood in international trade and goods both domestic and foreign between nations. Most intriguingly, this world-wide influence started in Ontario with Greg, and it continues to grow from Hamilton in the same province.