Motorcoach

CH Bus Sales opens full-service N.J. maintenance, repair facility

Posted on January 24, 2017

CH Bus Sales LLC announced the opening of a new full-service motorcoach sales, maintenance, and repair facility in Pinebrook, N.J.

The facility is located just 30 miles northwest of Manhattan and about 25 miles northwest of Newark’s Liberty International Airport. The new facility will offer sales of new and pre-owned coaches with a fully-stocked retail parts center that will be staffed with expertise to support and service all makes and models of motorcoaches.

“We are proud to be expanding into our fourth full-service facility as Temsa’s exclusive distributor,” said Duane Geiger, executive VP, sales & service. “This full service location is our first in the Northeast region and we are happy to offer our Temsa customers as well as other operators the superb maintenance and repair support that they have come to except in our industry.”

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

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