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September 2011

Orion buses help New Orleans handle ridership growth

The transit agency came up with the new vehicle design when it recently went through a rebranding campaign led by the RTA board of commissioners and implemented by the local and national marketing department of Veolia Transportation, the delegated management company of the RTA.

January 2011

Transportation Charter Services Inc./Day Tours-Orange, Calif.

Transportation Charter stays on top via diversification, smart pricing

April 2010

Daimler Unveils EPA 2010-Compliant Orion Model

Employs SCR technology to meet EPA emission standards on the new Orion VII vehicle, which is also a showcase for new customer options such as BRT roof styling. Less visible changes were also made, including the standardization of various components.

January 2010

Daimler Begins New Era of Leadership, Innovation

Continued success and innovation are on tap for new President/CEO Richard Ferguson’s regime, as the company prepares to roll out vehicles with engines that meet EPA 2010 standards and, down the road, looks to introduce new innovative vehicles.

July 2009

Despite hesitant buyers, coach builders forsee sales uptick by year's end

Slow sales expected to pick up with economy.

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