The Railway Supply Institute, Inc.
425 Third Street S.W., Suite 920
Washington, DC 20024
202-347-4664 | www.RSIweb.org
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The Railway Supply Institute, Inc.
425 Third Street S.W., Suite 920
Washington, DC 20024
202-347-4664 | www.RSIweb.org
Sho...
RSI@WORK:
Membership Overview
RSI’s membership is comprised of a diverse range of
suppliers whose products and services en...
FEDERAL INVESTMENTS
NEARLY
$4.6 BILLIONsince 2009 in Transportation Investment,
generating economic development grants
for...
42Countries
Represented
See what else
we’ve been up to and
join the conversation:
RSI@WORK:
Events  Trade Shows
RSI events...
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425 Third Street S.W., Suite 920
Washington, DC 20024
202-347-4664 | www.RSIweb.org
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The Railway Supply Institute (RSI) is home to over 250 members companies who provide products and services to the world's railroads. If your company is involved in the rail industry in any capacity, a membership, you belong with RSI. This brochure will give you a brief overview why.

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  1. 1. The Railway Supply Institute, Inc. 425 Third Street S.W., Suite 920 Washington, DC 20024 202-347-4664 | www.RSIweb.org Shouldn’t RSI be “@WORK” for you, too? Join the only full-service, Washington, DC-based railway supplier’s association that represents all segments of the railway industry today. To learn more about membership benefits, schedule a group presentation/business case, or determine membership dues for your organization (based on your company’s global, annual sales revenues), contact Brian Kellman, RSI Membership & Grassroots Coordinator, at kellman@rsiweb.org or call him at 202-347-4664. RSI@WORK – for North America’s railway supply industry www.RSIweb.org The Railway Supply Institute (RSI) is a Washington, DC-based trade association whose 250 worldwide members supply equipment, services, infrastructure, and material to the continent’s freight and passenger railroads. Membership in RSI delivers value to our members in four primary ways: • Marketing and business-building through customer networking opportunities, educational conferences, industry trade shows, and one-on- one introductions • Networking, committee work, and collaboration with other rail associations and allies • A powerful and unified voice for railway suppliers in Washington, DC to concurrently protect industry interests and provide insights into Federal policies, regulations, and standards • Collection and distribution of industry information important to our members (e.g. freight car stats below) Whether you are a small or mid-sized supplier to the rail industry – or a large, multinational corporation serving railroads the world over – RSI membership means we’re hard “@WORK” for you. 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) 2014 2015 2016 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 DELIVERIESORDERS TWO YEAR FREIGHT CAR TRENDS BACKLOG 25 50 75 100 125 150 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) YEAR 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 DELIVERIES ORDERS FREIGHT CAR ORDERS DELIVERIES 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) 2014 2015 2016 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 DELIVERIESORDERS TWO YEAR FREIGHT CAR TRENDS BACKLOG 20 40 60 80 100 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) YEAR 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 DELIVERIES ORDERS FREIGHT CAR ORDERS DELIVERIES
  2. 2. The Railway Supply Institute, Inc. 425 Third Street S.W., Suite 920 Washington, DC 20024 202-347-4664 | www.RSIweb.org Shouldn’t RSI be “@WORK” for you, too? Join the only full-service, Washington, DC-based railway supplier’s association that represents all segments of the railway industry today. To learn more about membership benefits, schedule a group presentation/business case, or determine membership dues for your organization (based on your company’s global, annual sales revenues), contact Brian Kellman, RSI Membership Grassroots Coordinator, at kellman@rsiweb.org or call him at 202-347-4664. RSI@WORK – for North America’s railway supply industry www.RSIweb.org The Railway Supply Institute (RSI) is a Washington, DC-based trade association whose 250 worldwide members supply equipment, services, infrastructure, and material to the continent’s freight and passenger railroads. Membership in RSI delivers value to our members in four primary ways: • Marketing and business-building through customer networking opportunities, educational conferences, industry trade shows, and one-on- one introductions • Networking, committee work, and collaboration with other rail associations and allies • A powerful and unified voice for railway suppliers in Washington, DC to concurrently protect industry interests and provide insights into Federal policies, regulations, and standards • Collection and distribution of industry information important to our members (e.g. freight car stats below) Whether you are a small or mid-sized supplier to the rail industry – or a large, multinational corporation serving railroads the world over – RSI membership means we’re hard “@WORK” for you. 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) 2014 2015 2016 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 DELIVERIESORDERS TWO YEAR FREIGHT CAR TRENDS BACKLOG 25 50 75 100 125 150 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) YEAR 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 DELIVERIES ORDERS FREIGHT CAR ORDERS DELIVERIES 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) 2014 2015 2016 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 DELIVERIESORDERS TWO YEAR FREIGHT CAR TRENDS BACKLOG 20 40 60 80 100 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) YEAR 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 DELIVERIES ORDERS FREIGHT CAR ORDERS DELIVERIES
  3. 3. RSI@WORK: Membership Overview RSI’s membership is comprised of a diverse range of suppliers whose products and services enable, equip, and energize North America’s powerful, dynamic, and competitive railway industry. We have members in all RR categories – including Communications Signaling, Leasing, Locomotive, Maintenance of Way, and Passenger and Freight Cars, among others; we have members with fewer than 5 employees as well as those with more than 5,000; and we have members operating in all 50 states, 5 Canadian provinces, and Mexico. Also of note, our 8 industry committees likewise reflect the range of RR industry segments, while affording industry leaders in our membership the chance to network, communicate with policy makers and regulators, and guide the association. Freight Passenger Locomotives Track, Signal Transit Rolling Stock Rail Industry Services RSI MEMBER INDUSTRY SEGMENTS 34% 19% 30% 17% MEMBER LOCATIONS BY STATE 0 1-5 6-10 11-20 21-30 31+ 64 68 51 33 US MEMBER LOCATIONS 250 MEMBER COMPANIES NUMBER OF RAIL-SUPPLY EMPLOYEES 10 10-49 50-99 100-499 500-999 1000 35% 35% 8% 11% 5% 6% ANNUAL RAIL-RELATED REVENUE OF RSI MEMBERS (IN MILLIONS) Less than $11 Greater than $11 78% 22% [We’ve] been in the railroad industry since 1965, so being a member of RSI is just a natural extension for us – to connect with our customers, to learn about new technology, and to network with other people in the industry. — Leslie Czernik, Marketing Communications Specialist, HOTSTART A huge portion of RSI’s mission is advocacy in Washington, DC – both in Congress and on the regulatory front. [For example] RSI’s Committee on Tank Cars had a major role in advocating for its members on the [recent DOT-PHMSA tank car] rule making process. — Patrick T. Ameen, VP Industry Relations, Amsted Rail Co. [Railway Interchange] is a fantastic event. It’s a great chance for us to get with our suppliers, business partners, as well as our customers to showcase new equipment and show them what we’re all about. — Tom Jackson, VP Corporate Marketing, Greenbrier Companies MEMBER PERSPECTIVE: RSI membership MEMBER PERSPECTIVE: RSI Advocacy MEMBER PERSPECTIVE: RSI Events
  4. 4. FEDERAL INVESTMENTS NEARLY $4.6 BILLIONsince 2009 in Transportation Investment, generating economic development grants for 381 projects in all 50 states. $305 BILLIONover 2016 through 2020 on transportation – including first-ever surface transportation authorization bill with rail title and Amtrak re-authorized at $1.5 billion. RSI@WORK: Government Advocacy Located only three blocks from Capitol Hill, RSI is the only full-service, DC-based railway supplier association representing the entire railway supply industry. As such, we are uniquely positioned to be our industry’s ears and voice at the Federal level – monitoring legislation and policies of import to our members, meeting with Congressional members and the Administration, and reporting back to our members on legislation, policy matters, outcomes, or needed action. Key advocacy initiatives include: • Railroad Day on the Hill • Annual Amtrak Roundtable Passenger Day on the Hill • RSI committee ‘fly-ins’ when circumstances warrant • “RSI Advocacy Center” website for monitoring government-level issues and taking action Up to $245 MILLIONfor safety improvements at highway-rail grade crossings. $35 BILLIONfrom Railroad Rehabilitation Improvement Financing (RRIF) loan program to finance railroad infrastructure. Federal railroad investment achieved with help from RSI
  5. 5. 42Countries Represented See what else we’ve been up to and join the conversation: RSI@WORK: Events Trade Shows RSI events and trade shows connect our members with their rail colleagues, clients, and customers in North America – and clear across the globe. Attended by railway industry executives, shippers, and OEMs alike, RSI trade shows consistently sell out because they provide numerous opportunities to network, meet current or new customers, and grow your business. Member benefits include: • Discounted event registration prices • Significant discounts and priority placement of exhibit booth space • Access to member-restricted events • And members-only sponsorship and promotional opportunities In addition to partnering with the Coordinated Mechanical Associations (CMA) to sponsor our exclusive RSI/CMA show, RSI also partners with ally railway associations (AREMA, REMSA, RSSI) on other exciting shows including Railway Interchange, InnoTrans, and US pavilions at international conventions. VS. 88% US attendees 12% INTERNATIONAL attendees In cooperation with ally organizations in the railway supply sector, RSI is proud to sponsor North America’s premier annual and semi-annual trade shows and conferences. RSI also connects its members to the global market by participating in – and providing information about – key international shows. RSI sponsors the top railway supply events in North America... …and we have participated in key events worldwide. A Deep Dive into Railway Interchange 2015 92% 687TOTAL NUMBER OF EXHIBITS 9,571REGISTERED ATTENDEES 38.8%CEO / EXEC / VP / MANAGER 36% MAINTENANCE OF WAY 32% COMMUNICATIONS SIGNALING 32% CAR / LOCOMOTIVE / BUILDERS / PARTS / REPAIR / LEASING 11%INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITOR TYPES SAY RAILWAY INTERCHANGEIS A “GOOD” OR “GREAT”EXHIBITION VALUE!
  6. 6. The Railway Supply Institute, Inc. 425 Third Street S.W., Suite 920 Washington, DC 20024 202-347-4664 | www.RSIweb.org Shouldn’t RSI be “@WORK” for you, too? Join the only full-service, Washington, DC-based railway supplier’s association that represents all segments of the railway industry today. To learn more about membership benefits, schedule a group presentation/business case, or determine membership dues for your organization (based on your company’s global, annual sales revenues), contact Brian Kellman, RSI Membership Grassroots Coordinator, at kellman@rsiweb.org or call him at 202-347-4664. RSI@WORK – for North America’s railway supply industry www.RSIweb.org The Railway Supply Institute (RSI) is a Washington, DC-based trade association whose 250 worldwide members supply equipment, services, infrastructure, and material to the continent’s freight and passenger railroads. Membership in RSI delivers value to our members in four primary ways: • Marketing and business-building through customer networking opportunities, educational conferences, industry trade shows, and one-on- one introductions • Networking, committee work, and collaboration with other rail associations and allies • A powerful and unified voice for railway suppliers in Washington, DC to concurrently protect industry interests and provide insights into Federal policies, regulations, and standards • Collection and distribution of industry information important to our members (e.g. freight car stats below) Whether you are a small or mid-sized supplier to the rail industry – or a large, multinational corporation serving railroads the world over – RSI membership means we’re hard “@WORK” for you. 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) 2014 2015 2016 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 DELIVERIESORDERS TWO YEAR FREIGHT CAR TRENDS BACKLOG 25 50 75 100 125 150 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) YEAR 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 DELIVERIES ORDERS FREIGHT CAR ORDERS DELIVERIES 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) 2014 2015 2016 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 DELIVERIESORDERS TWO YEAR FREIGHT CAR TRENDS BACKLOG 20 40 60 80 100 FREIGHTCARUNITS(M) YEAR 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 DELIVERIES ORDERS FREIGHT CAR ORDERS DELIVERIES

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