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Volvo celebrates new Nova, Prevost customer delivery center

Posted on October 1, 2015

(L to R): Ted Luck, president of Luck Brothers; Stéphane Leblanc, VP, operations, Volvo Buses North America; Ralph Acs, sr. VP, Volvo Buses Business Region Americas; Betty Little, N.Y. state senator; and Janet Duprey, New York State assemblywoman.
(L to R): Ted Luck, president of Luck Brothers; Stéphane Leblanc, VP, operations, Volvo Buses North America; Ralph Acs, sr. VP, Volvo Buses Business Region Americas; Betty Little, N.Y. state senator; and Janet Duprey, New York State assemblywoman.

Volvo welcomed Plattsburgh, N.Y. officials, employees and customers to the groundbreaking of the future bus delivery center serving Nova Bus and Prevost.

“Partnerships are at the heart of our business and we are proud to mark a new stage in the synergy of Prevost and Nova Bus with the building of this shared state of the art customer delivery center” said Ralph Acs, Volvo Buses, sr. VP, Business Region Americas.

The new building will be equipped of a welcoming customer area, 10 bus delivery spaces and offices to enable our customers to continue their professional activities during their stay.

The construction of this project will start in the fall 2015.

“The customers will experience this new center on the beginning of 2016 and witness the distinguished service approach that characterizes both Nova Bus and Prevost” Stéphane Leblanc, Volvo Buses North America, VP, operations.

In addition to the contribution to the New York State economy, the positive effects of this new delivery center will be felt in neighboring provinces and states. The project is linked to growth projection, which will have an impact on the whole supply chains on both sides of the borders.

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