School Transportation News has published a feature story on the Trans Group in its October issue.
Trans Tech’s 2017 model year Type A school buses will include several new enhanced safety and design features. Company officials said that the enhancements resulted from working closely with Trans Tech’s customers and national dealer network.
A taller passenger entrance door is among the design and safety upgrades coming to the 2017 model-year Trans Tech line as a result of customer and dealer feedback, the Type A school bus manufacturer said.
First Priority Bus Sales has reached an agreement with Trans Tech to be its exclusive dealer for California and Nevada.
Trans Tech awarded its 2014 Dealer of the Year Award to Leonard Bus Sales of Deposit, New York. The manufacturer’s Dealer of the Year Award is based on exceptional dealer performance in several key areas, including customer satisfaction and support, sales and market share growth. Announcement of the award comes as Leonard Bus Sales celebrates 50 years in the bus distribution business.
Leonard Bus Sales won the Trans Tech Bus Dealer of the Year Award for the second consecutive year, the companies announced. The award is presented to dealers who demonstrate exceptional performance in areas including customer satisfaction and support, sales and market share growth.
School bus dealer First Priority Bus Sales exhibited the eSeries electric Type A from Trans Tech, the eLion electric Type C school bus, and the Type C CNG bus from NGV Motori at the Green California Summit and Exhibition.
School Transportion News (www.stnonline.com) Trans Tech today named John Phraner the new president of the Warwick, N.Y.-based manufacturer of school buses. He replaces Dan Daniels, who decided to leave the company to be closer to his family in the Midwest.