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Voith commemorates milestone sale to Baltimore's MTA

Posted on September 27, 2005

Voith Turbo commemorated the milestone sale of its 10,000th DIWA transmission unit in North America Tuesday to the Maryland Transit Administration. To kick off the event, Voith Manager Fred Smith presented a $10,000 check to an American Red Cross representative for the victims of the recent hurricanes. MTA Administrator Lisa Dickerson, along with Dick Remmey, director fleet management, were on hand to accept the award as the fleet receiving the 10,000th unit. Dickerson thanked Voith for its recognition of the MTA. New Flyer Industries, the bus OEM which installed the unit, and Cummins Power Systems, the local Voith Service Provider, which supports the MTA, were also awarded plaques for their participation in the milestone sale.

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