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September 27, 2012

New Flyer wins 80-bus NYCT order

In the last two years, New Flyer has delivered 385 low-floor 40-foot CNG buses and recently built 90 40-foot Xcelsior clean diesel buses — both fleets currently operating in New York. In July 2012, NYCT assigned a contract they held with Daimler Buses North America Inc. to New Flyer to build an additional 74 40-foot CNG buses.


July 30, 2012

Patrick Scully joins MCI as VP, public sector and marketing

The move follows the recent acquisition of the U.S. and Canadian distribution rights for Setra motorcoaches from Daimler Buses, where Scully was formerly chief commercial officer.


July 2, 2012

MCI finalizes Setra acquisition

Obtains responsibility for sales and service support of Setra S 417 and Setra S 407 motor coach models; the company’s pre-owned coach inventory; the distribution of Setra and related genuine Daimler Buses parts; and the operations of Setra’s service center in Orlando, Fla.


April 25, 2012

BREAKING: MCI intends to acquire Setra business in U.S., Canada

The move to partner for distribution with MCI was announced as part of Daimler Buses’ reconfiguring of its bus business in North America and the “Globe 2013” initiative. Daimler also announced that it will exit the transit bus business and wind down Orion transit bus production after fulfillment of current orders.


December 17, 2009

Daimler Buses to deliver 460 coaches for World Cup

Delivery of Mercedes-Benz travel coaches set to commence this month, with the last of the 460 vehicles to be delivered in late April 2010.


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