Motorcoach

MCI, Trans-Bridge Lines renew agreement

Posted on December 15, 2008

 [IMAGE]Trans-.jpg[/IMAGE] Bethlehem, Pa.-based Trans-Bridge Lines renewed a commitment to only purchase motorcoaches from MCI for the next three years.

In 2008, Trans-Bridge took delivery of three new MCI D4505s and two pre-owned J4500 coaches, with plans to purchase a new J4500 by the end of the year.

“We like MCI’s responsiveness to its product and customer support,” said Tom JeBran, president of Trans-Bridge. “We have taken advantage of MCI’s training program, Webinars and 24/7 ERSA program, and feel their support of my operation deserves our buying commitment.”

Trans-Bridge was one of the first companies to take delivery of the MCI Renaissance coach (now named the E4500), featuring the industry’s first spiral entryway, and among the first to take delivery of MCI’s new-look D4505 unveiled in 2005.

Its newest MCI D4505s are powered by clean-diesel engine technology and are the first to feature Amaya seats upholstered in environmentally friendly fabric. The fabric, from LaFrance Industries, is made from 100-percent recycled, efficiently woven materials designed specifically for bus applications.

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