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NorthEast Charter joins IMG network

Posted on October 19, 2017

NorthEast Charter was founded in 1999 and has grown to a fleet of 26 motorcoaches, 28 school buses, 2 trolley, and other smaller vehicles. Photo: International Motorcoach Group
NorthEast Charter was founded in 1999 and has grown to a fleet of 26 motorcoaches, 28 school buses, 2 trolley, and other smaller vehicles. Photo: International Motorcoach Group

The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) announced NorthEast Charter and Tour, Co. as the newest addition to their North American network.

IMG is a private network of 56 companies around the U.S. and Canada. NorthEast Charter joins IMG’s Cyr Bus Lines in serving the state of Maine and surrounding areas.

The main NorthEast Charter facility is in Lewiston, Maine, with other locations around the state in Lincolnville, Winthrop, and Kennebunk.

NorthEast Charter was founded in 1999 and has grown to a fleet of 26 motorcoaches, 28 school buses, 2 trolley, and other smaller vehicles.

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