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August 19, 2014

Arrow Stage Lines launches consulting division

By providing clients with ground transportation solutions, Arrow Nationwide Logistics works to find top tier transportation companies around the nation to serve clients’ needs.


October 17, 2013

ABC delivers 2 Van Hool T2145s to Neb.

Vehicles are equipped with Allison Transmissions, Saucon GPS and Wi-Fi technology, Rudd Autochains, DriveCam and woodgrain flooring.


February 28, 2013

MCI delivers to Nebraska, Maine

Arrow Stage Lines received six J4500 coaches, two Setra S 417 models and an MCI D4505. Meanwhile, Cyr Bus received a new Setra Top Class S 417.


April 24, 2012

MCI delivers to Omaha, Neb.

Intended for high-end tours and charters, the newest Arrow Stage Lines J4500 has a rear galley with Keurig coffeemaker as well as a host of premium features including three-point seat belts, elegant wood flooring, Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets for passenger electronics, chrome mirrors and more.


September 24, 2009

MCI delivers D4505s to Nebraska

Equipped with three-point seat belts, the new coaches also have wheelchair lifts, surveillance cameras and other security and performance technologies that are standard on newer MCI models.


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