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September 27, 2011

MCI delivers to Georgia, adds wheelchair lift retrofit program

Both Ricon and Braun lifts are available, depending on original coach specifications.


September 15, 2011

Ricon, Prime Time donate van to homeless vets

The new van will be used to transport veterans to Fort Wayne VA hospitals, appointments at medical treatment centers, and local activities and events.


January 27, 2011

Ricon unveils new wheelchair lift

Wabtec Corp. also announced that its Vapor Bus International and Ricon Corp. subsidiaries have now combined the Sales and Customer Service teams of both companies to create one of the largest and most experienced sales forces in the bus industry.


November 8, 2010

Vapor Bus, Ricon tap Condon for VP Sales

John Condon will be responsible for integrating and leading the Vapor Bus and Ricon sales groups. In addition, he will assume responsibility of the Ricon customer service department.


October 20, 2009

Ricon ramp features reduced slope

Complies with all applicable ADA regulations and is designed for use by wheelchair users, the elderly, children and others.


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