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Thor buys Krystal bus assets for $3.9M

Posted on October 11, 2012

Thor Industries Inc.’s Eldorado National Kansas subsidiary purchased the bus operation assets of Krystal Infinity LLC, dba Krystal Enterprises (Krystal) for $3.9 million in cash.

Eldorado plans to move the assets to its bus facility in Salina, Kan. and produce the Krystal buses there. Krystal manufactures luxury buses and its sales are estimated to be in excess of $30 million per year.

“The addition of the Krystal bus line provides an upscale, high-end retail unit that complements our Kansas facility’s Aerolite, Aerotech and Aero Elite core products as well as its competitively-priced, low cost Advantage product line,” said Andrew Imanse, Thor Bus Group President.

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