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ABC, Van Hool, Coach USA participate in Belgian economic mission

Posted on August 26, 2011

[IMAGE]Belgian-Visit-Signing-Ceremony-PR-6-11-2.jpg[/IMAGE]As part of an economic mission to promote Belgian business alliances in the U.S., H.R.H.Prince Philippe and Princess Mathilde of Belgium held a formal reception and signing ceremony at the Belgian Ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C.

Principals from ABC Companies, Van Hool and Coach USA participated in a signing ceremony highlighting a key trade agreement between Coach USA and Van Hool.

"We were extremely honored to be a part of this vital economic mission," said ABC Companies' President/CEO, ABC Companies Dane Cornell. "The signing and reception afforded all parties the opportunity to celebrate the mutually successful partnerships directly driven by ABC and Van Hool's unique and long-standing American-Belgian alliance."

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