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Nova Bus names new east coast regional sales manager

Posted on November 19, 2015

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Nova Bus appointed John Manzi as its new regional sales manager, east coast. Prior to joinging Nova, Manzi served as eastern regional transit sales manager for a major transmission manufacturer. With over 30 years of experience in the transportation industry, Manzi brings an extensive level of experience and knowledge of the U.S. market to the company.

“I am delighted to welcome John Manzi as our east coast regional sales manager,” said Rob Mowat, VP, sales, for Nova Bus. “His vast experience of public transit in the U.S. market brings significant value to our team and he will be a key asset to our business strategy in this region.”
Mowat leads an experienced team in North America, which includes in the U.S.:

  • Judy K. Dennis for the west
  • Steve Kratzer for the midwest
  • John Manzi for the east coast

Nova Bus offers a diversity of propulsion technologies such as natural gas and electric buses to answer all American transit authorities’ needs and already serves public transit authorities such as New York, Chicago and Philadelphia.

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