TORONTO ONT CANADA — The Lion Electric Co. (Lion), an innovative company manufacturing zero emission vehicles, announced today the production of 13 all-electric school buses for Ontario operators.
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT CANADA — At the Canadian Pupil Transportation Conference (CPTC) trade show, Blue Bird featured its exclusive, all-electric type D and A buses for attendees to preview. Today, at the conclusion of the event, Blue Bird hosted the Blue Bird Experience, a customer ride-and-drive featuring a full line-up of Blue Bird’s class-leading products and services. School buses in the ride-and-drive event included buses powered by electric, gasoline, diesel and propane engines. In showcasing the widest range of powertrain offerings in the industry, transportation leaders from across North America have the power of choice when they select Blue Bird buses for their fleet, with every fuel type available.
Blue Bird Corp. and ROUSH CleanTech extend partnership on producing alternative-fuel school buses through 2025, the companies announced.
Automotive supplier Eberspaecher Group reported a solid 3.6 percent increase in its consolidated revenues for fiscal year 2017 and created 426 new positions worldwide during that period.
LONG BEACH, Calif. — Motiv Power Systems is equipping its electrified Ford E-450 EPIC-4 chassis for Collins Bus, and in the process, is further expanding the Type-A ZEV school bus market.
CINCINNATI — First Student is once again recognized by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) for maintaining vehicles to the highest safety standards. Nineteen additional company locations have been awarded the ASE Blue Seal of Excellence.
LONG BEACH, CALIF. — As they showcase the only fully integrated electric school bus, the chargE™, at this year’s Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, leaders at International Truck and IC Bus are also speaking out about the opportunity to use electrification and other advanced technologies to drive step changes in the commercial vehicle industry.