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May 14, 2013

NABI production now entirely in U.S.

Company’s previous two-step business approach, with heavy manufacturing relegated to its plants in Hungary, and with final assembly accomplished at its Anniston, Ala., has now been entirely discontinued.


April 18, 2013

Volvo Bus Corp. names new president

Håkan Agnevall will replace acting president Håkan Karlsson, head of Volvo Group Business Areas.


April 18, 2013

Nova Bus delivering LFS buses to Canada

Sudbury Transit’s new LFS Smart Buses include many improvements, from the driver partition to the rear of the vehicle. Inspired by aerospace and rail transportation, their design was optimized based on customer and focus group feedback.


October 5, 2012

Navistar names new VP, marketing, global bus

Bill Schumacher previously served as VP, marketing, for Navistar’s RV group. Prior to joining Navistar, Schumacher ran North and South America customer marketing at NAVTEQ, a Nokia company. He also spent six years in marketing and business strategy consulting.


March 22, 2012

Proterra names new VP, sales and marketing

In his new position, Ian Shackleton will lead sales and marketing teams to aggressively increase sales and grow market share throughout the U.S. and Canada.


December 13, 2011

N.Y. MTA holds supplier conference

Representatives from Daimler Buses North America, Motor Coach Industries, New Flyer Industries, Nova Bus, Prevost and the MTA provided the attendees with information on the types of parts, supplies and services needed as part of the bus manufacturing process.


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