Sustainability

CCW delivers 6 shuttle buses to San Francisco Airport

Posted on June 27, 2017

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Complete Coach Works (CCW) is excited to announce the final delivery of six 40-foot diesel refurbished shuttle buses to the San Francisco Airport (SFO).

CCW was awarded this contract in December 2016. The shuttle buses underwent a complete paint and body makeover that included a new paint scheme and radio system installation. The buses will primarily function to support transportation for construction workers to travel to and from upcoming construction projects and redevelopment of airport terminals. The refurbishment of the SFO shuttle buses will help extend the life of each shuttle bus and make them more reliable.

“It was a privilege working with the San Francisco Airport. We are confident that SFO will be very proud of the outcome of its refurbished shuttle buses,” said Aaron Timlick, CCW North GM.

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