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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2007 5:23 pm    Post subject: Bus Manufacturer Websites Reply with quote

DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses North America
Manuafacturer of Orion transit buses, Setra luxury motorcoaches, and Dodge Sprinter shuttle buses.

New Flyer Industries
Founded in 1930 as Western Auto & Truck Body Works and subsequently known as Western Flyer and Flyer, NFI is currently the leading manufacturer of heavy duty urban transit and BRT coaches in Canada and the U.S.

North American Bus Industries
Manufacturer of standard-floor, low-floor, and BRT transit buses.

Optima Bus, LLC
Optima Bus, formerly Chance Coach, has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of North American Bus Industries since 2006. Optima manufactures the Opus heavy-duty transit bus and American Heritage Streetcar series in Wichita, Kansas.

Blue Bird Corporation
Founded in 1927 and a subsidiary of Cerberus Capital Management, parent company of North American Bus Industries, since 2006, Blue Bird is one of the world's leading manufacturers of school and medium-duty transit buses.

Gillig Corporation
Gillig Corporation, founded in San Francisco, CA in 1890, builds heavy-duty transit buses that have a reputation for reliable, durable, and economical service. Gillig buses are proudly made in America.

Motor Coach Industries
Headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois and with plants in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Pembina, North Dakota, Motor Coach Industries is North America's leading manufacturer of intercity coaches serving charter and tour operators, line-haul and scheduled-service operators, transit agencies, and conversion companies.

Prevost Car
The Prevost Car division of Volvo Buses manufactures passenger coaches for the North American market.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Volvo Bus Corp. since 2004, NovaBus manufactures the LFS transit coach in Saint-Eustache, Quebec.

ABC Companies
The exclusive U.S. distributor for VanHool coaches, ABC also supplies parts for MCI, Setra, and other popular motorcoaches.
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