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March 14, 2014

MARTA exercises options for 89 more New Flyer Xcelsiors

The buses will be built using options converted from the contract, announced in June, that included 88 firm orders and options for an additional 177 40-foot Xcelsior buses. The buses are anticipated to begin production in the first quarter of 2014 and delivered in the third quarter of 2014.


June 12, 2013

New Flyer wins Calif. order

Between 2006 and 2012 New Flyer has built and delivered 70, 40-foot CNG buses for GET Transit, which currently has an active fleet of 88 heavy duty buses.


April 4, 2013

Phoenix orders 120 40-ft. New Flyers

Buses are anticipated to begin production in the fourth quarter of 2013 and will be completely manufactured and assembled at New Flyer of America’s St. Cloud, Minn. manufacturing facility.


May 4, 2011

New Flyer taps Girardin for heavy-duty bus distribution

This agreement allows company to maintain the strong relationships directly with its existing Canadian transit customers, while allowing Girardin to introduce New Flyer to a new group of customers.


December 30, 2008

Soubry next New Flyer president/CEO

Soubry, who previously served as president/CEO for StandardAero, will succeed John Marinucci, who is retiring but will continue as a member of New Flyers’ board and remain as a senior executive until the end of March 2009, to help manage the transition process.


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