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MCI delivers 4 J4500s to Canada

Posted on July 3, 2013

Founded 35 years ago by George Pullman and Robert W. Myhre, International Stage Lines has relied on MCI coach models since day one.
Founded 35 years ago by George Pullman and Robert W. Myhre, International Stage Lines has relied on MCI coach models since day one.
Richmond, B.C.-based International Stage Lines added four new J4500 motorcoaches from Motor Coach Industries (MCI).

The new J4500 coach’s safety features include three-point passenger seat belts, Electronic Stability Control, a fire suppression system and air-pressure tire monitoring. The company added optional 110-volt power outlets at every seat.

Founded 35 years ago by George Pullman and Robert W. Myhre, International Stage Lines has relied on MCI coach models since day one.

Today, the company operates a fleet of 39 MCI coaches and employs a staff of more than 85 people in offices and maintenance facilities in Richmond. The company transports more than a million passengers a year, specializing in group tours, schools and corporate.

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