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February 11, 2013

N.J. groups merge to increase travel training

The impacts of travel instruction can yield tremendous benefits to individuals, such as increased independence, increased mobility options with associated cost savings and decreased isolation from their community.


August 6, 2012

Bloomington Transit, Ind. U. Campus Bus discuss merger

GM Lew May told the city council during budget hearings that the agency and IU have had several meetings but are in disagreement on how the two systems would split revenues.


September 20, 2011

Arboc, All American Specialty merge

The merger will allow the combined business to leverage the operational strength of All American Specialty Vehicles with the sales network and design expertise of Arboc Mobility.


November 9, 2010

Q'Straint, Sure-Lok announce merger

In the near term, Jean-Marc Girardin will remain president of Q’Straint. Robert Joseph will remain president of Sure-Lok and will also assume the newly created role as VP Business Development for the combined organization.


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