Topic : USSC Group

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Freedman's 10-month road show logs 45,000 miles

Management & Operations| December 5, 2018

Combining product and safety education with promotional opportunities, the “Show On The GO" was Freedman’s third tour in three years.

Seating Manufacturers Design for Efficiency, Hygiene

Management & Operations| January 4, 2018

Cleanliness, weight reduction, and technology drive recent innovations in the transit and motorcoach seating industry.

Bus| August 14, 2017

Driver seats

P1M mechanical suspension integrates in seat ergonomics and suspension integrity that greatly dampens erratic movements caused by varying road surfaces.

Management & Operations| August 3, 2017

USSC acquires oustanding ownership of 4ONE LLC

The company has experienced significant growth over the last decade and currently supplies over 50% of the public transit passenger seating in North America.

Broussard remembered for professionalism and ‘paving the road’ for future generations

Though many in the industry would consider him family, Broussard was especially close to those at the USSC Group.

Management & Operations| February 28, 2017

Kent Tyler named VP of USSC Group

He will initially focus his efforts on the company’s fire suppression group, Fogmaker North American.

Management & Operations| February 2, 2017

USSC Group announces passing of Jesse Broussard

He was a sr. sales consultant for USSC since 1995. Though many in the industry would consider him family, Broussard was especially close to those at the USSC Group.

Bus| November 23, 2016

New Maintenance Forum, Expanded Product Showcase Bolster BusCon 2016

The event, held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Sept. 19 to 21, featured an expanded show floor and educational sessions touching on everything from electric buses to how to implement a succession plan.

Management & Operations| August 6, 2015

USSC enters partnership with investment firm

The partnership with Dubin Clark & Co. will allow USSC to continue its strong growth both organically and through purposefully aligned acquisitions.

Security and Safety | May 12, 2015

A New Wave of Fire Suppression On Board Public Transportation Vehicles

New and improved systems help detect any signs of a fire, even before flames come into play. Better detection leads to a quicker and more efficient response to out-of-the-ordinary conditions with different modes of suppression, depending on the needs of the vehicle.

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