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ElDorado National-California unveil new logo, branding

Posted on March 22, 2016

REV Group announced that bus manufacturer ElDorado National California has a new logo and branding — ENC, a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty buses.

In an effort to simplify the name that is iconic to such a strong and unique product line, REV developed a streamlined logo. The new logo is robust, clean and sleek with a color palette to match the REV family brands.

ENC is a manufacturer of heavy duty transit buses and is best known as the industry leader in customizing customer’s requirements for fixed-route transit buses, heavy-duty airport buses and university shuttle systems. The ENC product line is Altoona Tested for 12 Years/500,000 miles or 10 Years/350,000 miles.

ENC is under the leadership of long time industry experts Tony Wayne, VP/GM and Mike Ammann, VP, sales and lead

“The new ENC logo helps identify our new branding efforts with all products out of our State of the Art Facility in Riverside, Calif.,” said Tony Wayne. Along with a new logo, ENC is working on an updated website set to be launched later this year.

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