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Rolling Stock

Automobiles, railroad cars, trucks, and similar assets. Rolling stock is used as collateral on some loans because it is easy for the lender to take possession of them in the event of default.

rolling stock

Any of various readily movable transportation equipment such as automobiles, locomotives, railroad cars, and trucks. Rolling stock generally makes good collateral for loans because the equipment is standardized and easily transportable among firms or locations. See also equipment trust certificate.
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Increasing production of automobiles has resulted in traffic congestion which is expected to drive the rolling stock market"
The rolling stock market is dominated by CSR Corporation (China), Bombardier Corporation (Canada), Alstom (France), Siemens AG (Germany) and GE (U.
Mathematical modeling of rolling stock breakdowns number
The average age of passenger rolling stock (one type of rolling stock), using the weighted average cost formula.
Rolling stock fleet, in any case, is updated from time to time.
The average age is comparable to the manufacturer's specified age, but is not advisable to draw conclusions from the average age, because it is the rolling stock fleet aver age age, not average age of single rolling stock.
n]--number of rolling stock that expected to acquire per year; [A.
where: [DELTA]g - Number of faults (per wagon per year) decreasing, when the average age of rolling stock fleet decreases by one year (in this case, [DELTA]g = 0.
When planning to buy some new rolling stock (3-6 wagons electric or diesel trains) while using this model, the number of faults can be predicted up to five years.
Rolling stock with engines (diesel and electric trains) deteriorates over time, more and more intensely, especially for the aging.
Rolling stock planning for passenger transportation, Transport 19(5): 202-206.
A change of complex economic indicators of passenger rolling stock deterioration, Maintenance and reliability = Eksploatacja i niezawodnosc (1): 64-66.