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Turtle Top taps Hadley for vehicle interiors

Posted on January 14, 2014

Hadley entered into an agreement as primary supplier of interior systems for Turtle Top, manufacturer of small to mid-sized buses, including shuttle buses and specialty vehicles.

“Appealing, durable interiors are essential to bus operations.” says Timm Bledsoe, TurtleTop.  “Our reliance on Hadley’s interior systems reinforces our commitment to satisfy customer expectations of providing the high-end coach experience with every vehicle we build.”

Interiors being installed on Turtle Top buses include Hadley’s Swan Collection with Swan AC, Swan Constellation and Swan Select comprising the three levels of amenities, as well as the Wave and mini-OMEGA systems. All of Hadley’s interiors are customized to meet Turtle Top customer requirements.

Hadley recently added an entry level to the Swan Collection of interiors, the Swan Select, to provide a high-end coach experience to even the smallest of shuttle buses. Built on the original Swan parcel rack base, the Select model utilizes the existing aisle lighting channels to provide economical passenger amenities to shuttle buses.

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