Ronsco’s labour rates are determined by the volume and type of work provided. Please contact us to learn more.
Our main facility is located west of Montreal in Coteau-Du-Lac. Please refer to our locations and services map.
SPLC Code: 028027000
Shop Mark: XEX
Servicing Railroad: CN, Track Q37
75 Boul. Industrielle
Yes, Ronsco is certified to perform tankcar and valve qualifications. To view our certifications click here.
Yes, we offer thorough tankcar cleaning. Please click here to view our list of commodities.
No, not presently.
No, we currently do have the capability to flare.
No, we do not have blast and paint capabilities.
However, we do offer major paint touch-up services.
We target an average 30-day turnaround time as an industry standard. The flexibility of our services allows us to prioritize programs on an as needed basis. To discuss further please contact us.
Please contact us and provide details of the bad order. We will review and confirm whether we can accept the work within 24 hours.
Please refer to our locations and services map. to explore the coverage of our services.
Yes, we offer on-site repair services under contract. Please contact us to discuss further.
Ronsco has a standard hourly labour rate for travel, work time and mileage charge. Per diem costs for meals and accommodations are charged extra when required. Any materials consumed are also charged as extra.
Yes, our Wheel & Axle facility offers round trip transporation upon customer request. Contact us to learn more.
The term “converted” is an AAR designation implying the axle has been created from a larger size axle.
Often referred to as a “turndown”, a 6 x 11 axle is machined out of a scrap 6 ½ x 12 and considered new.
The term “requalified” indicates a used axle that has undergone a process of evaluation to ensure it meets minimum AAR requirements.
Yes, Ronsco produces a range of locomotive and passenger car axles.
Please contact us to learn more.
Yes, Ronsco provides warranty on axles.
Please contact us to learn more as warranty coverage varies between product condition types.
Our inventory includes Standard NT, HDL and EcoTurn.
To view our catalogue,click here.
Yes, Ronsco in collaboration with Timken Rail offer complementary technical training to our customer. Focusing on subjects such as components, performance and failure analysis.
Yes, subject to condition Ronsco will purchase bearing cores.
Please contact us to learn more.
The versatility of our equipment allows us to offer all profile types.
Customized or alternate profiles are available upon request. To learn more please contact us.
Depending on wheel type, we currently supply H36 and K36 in both Class C and D material.
We offer both cast and forged wheels in accordance with our customer's preference.
Yes, both options are available at your request. Ronsco work’s closely with our clients to evaluate their needs and pair an appropriate scenario.
Core exchange scenarios such as turn-for-turn are often the preferred method of railroads. Alternatively, our years of experience have facilitated a blended price model favoured by independent repair facilities. Lastly, we provide an outright purchase scenario with no obligation to return core materials.
Both models require the client to provide an equal number of wheelset cores in return of the turned sets issued by Ronsco.
Recognized as the preferred method of railroads, Turn-for-turn offers the lowest initial fee with a variable pricing system. Additional costs may be incurred when cores are deemed “non-turnable”. Final charges are issued once all cores are received and evaluated.
The blended model is favored by independent repair facilities as it offers a fixed fee. Regardless of the condition of customer cores, no additional costs will be incurred. Although the risk of back charges is removed, a blended model comes with substantially higher costs compared to turn-for-turn.
To speak with someone about the best model for your organization please contact us.
Yes, we are always seeking to acquire good wheelset cores and grow our pool.
Suitable cores must be removed from normal operating service. No flood damaged or straight plate wheelsets are accepted. Please contact us to proceed further.
Yes, subject to the result of an inspection.