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Daimler selects Inland Power Group for service center

Posted on November 4, 2008

Daimler Buses North America announced its strategic service partnership with Inland Power Group, formerly Inland Detroit Diesel-Allison.

With locations in the Chicago metro area, Wisconsin and Indiana, Inland Power Group becomes Daimler Buses’ flagship service center in the Midwest.

Inland Power Group has undergone factory training, including both basic and advanced training, for all Setra motorcoaches. The company will provide Setra customers with the ability to handle all minor and major repair work, including full-service warranty repairs for all Setra motorcoaches, as well as Detroit Diesel engine and Allison transmission service. In addition, the company will perform chassis, suspension and electrical repairs along with planned preventive maintenance for all makes of buses and motorcoaches.

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