September 16, 2013

Northfield Lines adds 2 Temsa TS30s

(Left) Randy Angell, cccount executive, Midwest CH Bus Sales/Temsa, and (Right) John Benjamin, president/CEO Northfield Lines.

(Left) Randy Angell, cccount executive, Midwest CH Bus Sales/Temsa, and (Right) John Benjamin, president/CEO Northfield Lines.
Northfield Lines, located just south of Minneapolis/St. Paul, added two Temsa TS30s from CH Bus Sales Inc. to their fleet to accommodate smaller groups.

The TS30 coach is a fully integral stainless steel chassis mid-sized coach that provides the same level of comfort and amenities as a full-size coach. This model is appropriate for smaller groups and is more economical to purchase and operate than a larger coach.

The TS30 has independent front suspension and automatic transmission, contributing to a smooth, comfortable drive. A Cummins/Allison driveline provides excellent power and optimum serviceability combined with superb European quality create a high quality driving experience.

Northfield Lines’ TS30’s are equipped with Wi-Fi, 120-volt power outlets, individual lighting and climate controls, plush reclining seats and a restroom.

CH Bus Sales is the exclusive distributor of Temsa motorcoaches in the U.S.

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