Motorcoach

Temsa, CH extend exclusive distribution partnership

Posted on August 28, 2014

Temsa Global and CH Bus Sales Inc. signed an agreement to extend their exclusive distributor partnership. Since February 2010, CH Bus Sales has been the exclusive distributor of Temsa motorcoaches in the U.S., and more recently in Canada, offering sales, service and after-sales support.

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Until recently CH Bus Sales offered two mid-size models to U.S. operators, the TS 30 and TS 35; now with the newly introduced full-size coach, the TS 45, CH is able to offer a more diverse product offering to the U.S. market.

(From left to right) Dincer Celik, GM at TEMSA Global and Bob Foley, president/CEO at CH Bus Sales.
(From left to right) Dincer Celik, GM at TEMSA Global and Bob Foley, president/CEO at CH Bus Sales.
In addition to distributing Temsa coaches, CH Bus Sales offers full service after-sales support, warranty assistance and parts availability. Administrative headquarters are based out of Faribault, Minn., with full-service facilities and customer delivery locations in Orlando, Fla.; Las Vegas, Nev.; and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.

The company is looking to expand to other locations in the Northeast and West Coast next year.

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