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IC Bus receives 25 bus D.C. order

Posted on February 15, 2012

IC Bus, a division of Navistar Inc., announced it completed a sale of 25 commercial buses to Washington, D.C.-based Reston Limousine and Travel Service Inc.

"We completed an extensive review of potential partners for the build and selected IC Bus because they collaborated with us on the design process of the body of these new vehicles," said Kristina Bouweiri, president/CEO of Reston Limousine.

The order includes 14 AC Series vehicles-IC Bus's newest commercial offering that provides an integrated solution-and 11 HC Series vehicles. Together, IC Bus and Reston developed a bus that provides a unique look for Reston Limousine including front exterior caps, side skirting, rear caps and interior ducting.

The new vehicles will be serviced through K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc., a full service multi-location commercial truck and bus dealership headquartered in Hyattsville, Md. K.NEAL is the exclusive IC Bus dealer for the State of Maryland.

 

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