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July 26, 2012

Orion assigns N.Y. CNG bus contract to New Flyer

The order for 74, 40-foot buses, with an option for 30 additional buses, is a result of Daimler Buses North America’s decision, announced on April 25, to exit production of heavy duty transit buses for the U.S. and Canadian markets.


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.


April 12, 2012

Chicago’s Pace unveils 2 hybrid buses

The 30-foot Orion buses seat up to 29 passengers and can accommodate up to two mobility devices, featuring a unique green paint scheme with white accents.


September 30, 2011

Orion, Allison Transmission to host EXPO Welcome Reception

Event will be held at Mardi Gras World on Oct. 2. Orion will unveil the new Orion VII diesel-electric hybrid bus powered by the Allison HP 40 system during this event.


February 24, 2009

Daimler Buses reports revenue increase

Notable successes included a 12 percent increase in pre-owned motorcoach sales compared to the previous year, Sprinter Shuttle sales doubling 2007’s numbers and substantial growth from its Orlando Metro Service Center.


February 2, 2009

Daimler awards 2008 top performers

Winners honored in Orlando, Fla., immediately following UMA Expo 2009.


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