On the heels of a company expansion in 2012, Leonard Bus has launched a redesigned website to help customers find product information on IC Bus and Trans Tech Bus models and info on how to better manage their fleets.
Last summer, the 50-year-old company based in Deposit, N.Y., opened sister company LBS South in Florida and also secured rights to sell the IC Bus brand in the state. At the time, Mike Leonard, president of both companies, said LBS South and its 19 employees will operate separately from Leonard Bus. Leonard added that the new company will continue to provide the family's trademark commitment to customer service and support of the Florida school and commercial bus markets.
Leonard Bus also sells Champion Bus and General Coach America brands. LBS South, which also received a new website, sells IC Bus and Trans Tech Bus.
The new website allows customers to easily access bus part information, facts about clean diesel and electric school and commercial buses and Leonard Bus facilities and personnel for maintenance assistance. The website also contains videos on featured products, parts catalogues and web-based training courses. Leonard called the redesign a "one-stop-shop for all a fleet's needs."
"This site will enhance the industry-leading support and service we are able to provide our existing customers," said Leonard. "And our future customers will also be able to learn about our award-winning support and our environmentally-friendly, state-of-the-art buses."