Getting rode out of town on a rail was a negative development in the Wild West, but it's all in a day's work for GE Rail Services. The business unit of GE Infrastructure (itself a division of General Electric) boasts 100 years in the railroad and intermodal markets. Today, it leases a range of cars, from box to flatcars, hopper cars, as well as intermodal containers and trailers for hauling just about any kind of commodity. The company also offers fleet management, and engineering, repair, and maintenance services. GE Rail Services supplies a diversity of industries, including pulp and paper, agriculture, aggregate and cement, chemicals, and petroleum. The company has operations in Canada, Mexico, and the US.