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ABC Companies sells Ameritrans Bus assets

Posted on July 18, 2016

ABC Companies announced the recent sale of assets of Ameritrans Bus in Elkhart, Ind. In an overall business review, it was determined this division no longer fit in ABC's overall growth strategy.

ABC will continue to provide parts and warranty support for Ameritrans products.

“The sale of Ameritrans is an important strategic step,” states Jon Savitz, sr. VP, business development, for ABC Companies. “In line with our strategy planning, ABC will continue to concentrate on our core business offering, in particular, the service and parts businesses which are essential to supporting our customers’ operations.”

ABC Companies is a leading provider to the transportation industry with diverse product and service offerings that cover a full spectrum of operational needs, including new and pre-owned highway coach equipment and specialty vehicles. ABC supports customers with a comprehensive after sale service network for service and repairs, collision services, extensive OEM and quality aftermarket parts needs for transit, motorcoach and heavy-duty equipment from nine strategically placed locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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