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September 2, 2009

MV partners with VPG, taps new sales unit president

Will sell and lease VPG’s purpose-built accessible vehicle, the "MV-1," to organizations receiving public transportation funding from governmental entities in the U.S. Gary Willms named President of bus sales subsidiary MV Sales and Leasing Inc. (MVSL).


April 6, 2009

Gillig to supply Washington transit with hybrid buses

ARRA funds will in part enable Intercity Transit to purchase six 40-foot, low-floor hybrid diesel electric buses. The entire manufacturing order will total approximately $3.6 million.


February 4, 2009

Thermo King named ‘Strategic Supplier’ by Gillig

To qualify, a company needs a score of 95 points or higher for four consecutive rating periods (two years). Since the inception of the program, only four other suppliers have qualified.


December 2, 2008

Universities to develop accessible transit options

An important area of research will be the design of access and interiors for buses.


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