Management & Operations

Digital Recorders unit wins destination sign orders

Posted on June 5, 2003

The TwinVision na Inc. business unit of Digital Recorders Inc. received seven destination sign system orders for new vehicles totaling more than $1.13 million. Alabama-based North American Bus Industries Inc. ordered TwinVision(R) amber all-LED electronic destination sign systems for 124 new buses in the Boston public transit fleet. Delivery is scheduled to conclude in October 2003. Orion Bus Industries, a brand of DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses in North America, ordered more than $190,000 in destination sign systems for the public transit fleet in Montgomery County, Md. Other orders were placed by Motor Coach Industries, Supreme StarTrans, Eldorado National and Gillig Corporation.

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