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Digital Recorders receives multiple system orders

Posted on September 2, 2003

Twin Vision na Inc., a business unit of Digital Recorders Inc., received more than $1.18 million in orders for electronic destination systems (EDSS) for public transit fleets in three states. DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses North Carolina ordered more than $54,000 in electronic destination signs for the public transit fleet in Ontario, Calif. Delivery should conclude in Sept. 2003. Gillig Corp. ordered more than $70,000 in all-LED EDSS for the public transit fleet in Monterey, Calif., with delivery expected to conclude in Nov. 2003. North American Bus Industries Inc. ordered more than $909,000 in systems for Boston's public transit fleet. Delivery should conclude in March 2004.

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