April 17, 2014
NABI Bus, a division of New Flyer Industries Inc. and a major employer in northeastern Alabama, is on track to make and assemble about 600 heavy-duty transit buses this year for several transit agencies. More than 700 skilled workers make and assemble hundreds of transit buses deployed in communities nationwide.
July 19, 2013
The contract contains a firm order for 85 BRT-styled diesel-electric hybrid 42-foot buses and options of up to 498 42-foot BRT-styled diesel-electric hybrid or CNG buses, and up to 71 (142 EUs) 60-foot diesel-electric hybrid buses over a five-year contract period.
June 21, 2013
The transaction presents a number of opportunities for New Flyer, including an enhanced transit bus product offering with the addition of NABI’s Low Floor and BRT product platforms, and an expanded parts business with improved offering and customer support.
May 14, 2013
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.
December 27, 2012
Salem County Community Bus Service received four new 2012 NABI transit buses from NJ Transit. The buses each accommodate 43 passengers and 19 standees.
September 4, 2012
NABI Executives will be present as well as Aftermarket Parts, Sales and Field Service personnel to provide the latest details regarding NABI’s facilities and products.
October 4, 2011
The NABI BRT has been engineered and "Whole Bus Tested" at the Altoona Bus Testing Center as a heavy-heavy-duty transit bus and is equipped with a proven structure and industry standard components for dedicated BRT operation as well as regular fixed-route service.
October 3, 2011
The new front mask incorporates modern and functional design cues including the latest headlight technology, an energy absorbing bumper with integrated styling, and a more raked windshield that's available in single-piece or two-piece configurations.
August 31, 2011
The initial delivery, which is under way, will bring the total number of NABI buses in Broward County Transit's fleet to 170 buses. The new buses will consist of both 40-foot and 60-foot BRT articulated buses.
August 4, 2010
The purchase of the new buses is being made in part by ARRA economic stimulus funding program. To expedite the process, BJCTA was able to turn to another agency who allowed them to contract for some unused options.
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