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Throughout railroad history, many manufacturing companies have come and gone. This is a list of companies that manufactured railroad cars and other rolling stock. Most of these companies built both passenger and freight equipment and no distinction is made between the two for the purposes of this list.

Note that this list includes names of works owned by railroads for manufacturing their own rolling stock.

Africa Egypt · South Africa
Asia/Pacific Australia · Azerbaijan · China · India · Indonesia · Iran · Japan · Malaysia · Pakistan · Philippines · South Korea · Taiwan · Turkey
Europe Slovakia · Bulgaria · Czech · Finland · France · Germany · Greece · Italy · Romania · Russia · Serbia · Spain · Sweden · Switzerland  · United Kingdom
Americas Argentina · Canada · Mexico · United States
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Argentina

Australia

Azerbaijan

Belgium

Brazil

Bulgaria

Canada

China

Croatia

Czechia

Egypt

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

India

Indonesia

Iran

Italy

Japan

Malaysia

Mexico

Pakistan

Philippines

Poland

Romania

Russia

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

South Africa

South Korea

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

Turkey

United Kingdom

See also: List of British railway-owned locomotive builders and List of early British private locomotive manufacturers

United States

Defunct

Germany

Hungary

Latvia

Mexico

See also

References

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