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4 Canadian agencies set to add 20 Vicinity buses

Posted on March 16, 2017

Grande West received bus orders from St. John's Transportation Commission (three), the City of Oakville (eight), the City of Burlington (seven), and the City of Welland (two) for its Vicinity bus.

All of the orders will be delivered through Grande West’s eastern Canadian service and sales partner City View.

Current total firm orders for 2017 and first half 2018 delivery are for 267 buses valued at approximately $72 million.

“We are very pleased to continue to build new relationships with transit agencies throughout Canada and continue to grow with our current customers,” said William Trainer, CEO of Grande West. "Grande West is now truly coast to coast, from BC to Newfoundland, with a presence in eight out of 10 provinces across Canada. First quarter deliveries have started and we will provide an update on our deliveries and revenue after the first quarter ends."

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