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Quebec's Intercar adds 4 Prevost H3-45s

Posted on June 4, 2019

Intercar plans to utilize the new H3-45 coaches predominately for scheduled charter services into the U.S.
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Intercar plans to utilize the new H3-45 coaches predominately for scheduled charter services into the U.S.
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Quebec’s Intercar recently added four new 2019 H3-45 coaches from Prevost to expand its charter services, bringing the total number of coaches in its predominantly Prevost fleet to 30.

Third generation Owner and CEO Hugo Gilbert took Intercar over from his father, Jasmin Gilbert in 1996, who put in 20 years at the helm following his father Georges’ retirement. During his tenure, Jasmin had managed the acquisition of the Voyageur routes in 1990 that took in the Saguenay region and the North Coast of the Saint Lawrence River.

Today, Intercar employs 400 drivers, technicians, and professional staff to deliver student transportation and coach charters, as well as scheduled service and shuttles, medical and adapted mobility transport, and parcel service.

Intercar plans to utilize the new H3-45 coaches predominately for scheduled charter services into the U.S.

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