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Meridian adds Davey Coach to its dealer network

Posted on January 29, 2015

Meridian Specialty Vehicles, a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Approved Upfitter, expanded its dealer base into the Western U.S. with the addition of Davey Coach as its newest stocking commercial bus dealer.

Meridian has been on a steady path of expansion thanks to a direct focus on quality that comes from state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, exceeding safety standards, best-in-class engineering and innovative designs that make customers’ buying decisions easy, according to the company.

“The Western U.S. and specifically, the Rocky Mountain region, represents a huge area of growth opportunity for us” said Meridian Specialty Vehicles President/CEO, David Ronsen. “With the strength and reputation that Davey Coach brings to the Meridian team, we are truly excited about what coming months and years will bring. There is no doubt that the Davey Coach group will satisfy the growing demand for our buses throughout the Western United States.”

Davey Coach is currently stocking Meridian Mercedes-Benz Sprinter shuttles in a variety of configurations.

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