Motorcoach

7 coach operators visit Temsa's Turkish plant

Posted on October 20, 2009

Temsa provided a trip to seven operators, from September 22 to 27, to visit its Global plant in Adana, Turkey.

The seven motorcoach companies had the chance to see and experience Temsa's craftsmanship when visiting the factory and understand how the TEMSA TS35 is conceived and developed.

During their trip the guests had the opportunity to visit Istanbul, learn the richness of the Turkish history and taste its cuisine.

The participants to this trip were: Academy Bus, (N.J.), Coastal Georgia Charters and Tours (Ga.), Excursion Trailways (Ind.), Flagship Trailways (R.I.), Stouts Charter Service (N.J.), Ryan's Express Transportation (Calif.) and Thrasher Brothers Trailways (Ala.).

Temsa representatives mentioned that visits to the Temsa Global plant and Istanbul for U.S. operators will continue in the future.

 

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