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Seale & Associates Advises Grupo DLG on the Acquisition of Two Railcar Repair Shops from The Greenbrier Companies

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MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - Seale & Associates announced that it acted as exclusive financial advisor to Grupo DLG (DLG) on the acquisition of assets for the operation of two railcar repair shops in Mexico City from The Greenbrier Companies (NYSE: GBX). The repair shops are located at Ferrocarril y Terminal Del Valle De Mexico S.A. de C.V. (Ferrovalle), Mexico´'s largest rail terminal and intermodal transportation hub. The acquisition will strengthen DLG's leadership position and presence in the Mexican rail services industry, and allow it to solidify business relationships with its customers, including Grupo Mexico's Ferrosur & Ferromex, and Kansas City Southern de Mexico.

DLG is a Monterrey, Mexico based privately held group focused on servicing the railroad industry. With more than 50 years of experience, the group is integrated by 5 companies that together offer more services to the Mexican railroad industry than any other competitor. With more than 300 employees at 11 locations throughout Mexico, DLG offers car repair, track work, logistic solutions, and financial services.

The Greenbrier Companies, headquartered in Lake Oswego, Oregon, is one of the leading designers, manufacturers and marketers of railroad freight car equipment in North America and Europe, and a manufacturer and marketer of ocean-going marine barges in North America. The company is a leading provider of railcar refurbishment and parts, leasing and other services to the railroad and related transportation industries in North America.

Seale & Associates, Inc., headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is a global investment banking firm with extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance advisory, and enterprise level strategy consulting. Our professionals are trusted advisors maintaining a high level of quality and integrity while presenting innovative ideas and solutions to address our clients' most complex dealings.


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