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NABI moving Calif. Service Center location

Posted on March 8, 2010

North American Bus Industries Inc. (NABI) announced it is moving into a new West Coast Service Center located in Ontario, Calif. The move is scheduled to take place this month.

The new larger, more modern premises (35,000 sq feet) are approximately seven miles from the Ontario International Airport and less than two miles from the interstate 15 and highway 60 freeway interchange. The outside of the facility is a secured lot with a NABI only access gate and fencing on all sides.

NABI produces a comprehensive line of innovative, heavy-duty transit buses from 31- to 60-foot (articulated) transit buses at its headquarters in Anniston, Ala.

 

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