August 26, 2011

ABC, Van Hool, Coach USA participate in Belgian economic mission


Officials taking part in the signing ceremony were (seated from left to right) Filip Van Hool, Dale Moser and Dane Cornell as well as (standing left to right) Jay Oakman and John Oakman.


As part of an economic mission to promote Belgian business alliances in the U.S., H.R.H.Prince Philippe and Princess Mathilde of Belgium held a formal reception and signing ceremony at the Belgian Ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C.

Principals from ABC Companies, Van Hool and Coach USA participated in a signing ceremony highlighting a key trade agreement between Coach USA and Van Hool.

"We were extremely honored to be a part of this vital economic mission," said ABC Companies' President/CEO, ABC Companies Dane Cornell. "The signing and reception afforded all parties the opportunity to celebrate the mutually successful partnerships directly driven by ABC and Van Hool's unique and long-standing American-Belgian alliance."

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