Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies was formed in November 1999 when Westinghouse Air Brake Company merged with MotivePower Industries. In 1990, the company's assets and the WABCO name were purchased in a management buyout and a new WABCO was created that went public in 1995. Today, Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies manufactures a broad range of products for locomotives, freight cars and passenger transit vehicles. The company also builds new locomotives up to 4,000 horsepower and provides aftermarket services. Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies serves the freight and passenger rail, transit, marine, power generation, off-highway equipment and industrial industries. The company maintains operations in Wilmerding, Pa.