MCI delivers J4500 to Indiana

Posted on January 15, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind.-based American Heritage Trails added a new 2014 MCI J4500 coach, featuring a newly designed logo and decal wrap. The coach is the first of three the company plans to add this year.

The company’s new J4500 features a wheelchair lift, Wi-Fi and 110-volt outlets throughout the cabin, with Saint-Georges, Quebec-based Turbo Images developing the graphics for American Heritage’s new logo and decal.

American Heritage is one of three transportation companies under common ownership with Great American Transport; a full truckload carrier, and GAT Dedicated Inc.; under contract to FedEx Ground, which includes more than 40 Class 8 tractors. Company-wide employment, including drivers, totals more than 100.

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