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July 30, 2010

IMMI to supply Premier seats for 213 Greyhound buses

Company has a multi-year contract with FirstGroup as the exclusive seat supplier for all new motorcoaches in the Greyhound fleet. Premier made its debut on 140 new Greyhound motorcoaches in the first quarter of 2009.


June 22, 2010

IMMI names new CEO

In his new position, Larry Gray will be responsible for developing and implementing the company's global business strategy and providing leadership toward achievement of annual goals and objectives.


April 29, 2010

IMMI engineers receive Henry Ford II award

The honor recognizes the company's accomplishments in increasing safety on motorcoaches and school buses with the development of the Premier seat, which incorporates SafeGuard SmartFrame technology to protect both belted and unbelted occupants.


March 4, 2010

IMMI Premier seat team honored

The Henry Ford II Award recognizes individuals who use their engineering skills to achieve product or manufacturing process contributions which are assessed to have had the greatest positive effect on the passenger car, truck or bus industries.


April 8, 2009

IMMI equips Greyhound with three-point belt seating

The new Premier, with lap-shoulder belts and exclusive SmartFrame technology, offers full compartmentalization protection in frontal crashes, even for unbelted passengers.


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