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DaimlerChrysler updates corporate, brand Websites

Posted on April 18, 2006

DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses North America (DCCBNA) has launched an updated version of its corporate Website and updated sites for its commercial bus and motorcoach brands Orion and Setra. "Our customer base is becoming more and more Web savvy and they demand our sites provide resources and information about our company," said Patrick Scully, chief commercial officer for DCCBNA. The various sites communicate the latest information about DCCBNA (www.dcbusna) and its products from its brands Orion (www.orionbus), Setra (www.setra-coaches)and Dodge Sprinter. A new user-friendly layout provides visitors with easy-to-find information and provides resources such as extensive search functions for pre-owned motorcoach and careers database.

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