Todd Mouw, president of drivetrain provider ROUSH CleanTech, predicts propane will become the “lead horse” for school bus fueling over the next 10 years, with electric drivetrains to increase in use.
GRIMES IOWA — Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) yesterday celebrated the opening of its newest parts distribution center in Grimes, Iowa. This new facility will complement DTNA’s already expansive service network and continue DTNA’s long-term strategy to enhance the customer experience.
HIGH POINT, N.C. — Thomas Built Buses recently recognized its Dealers of the Year for 2017 at its annual President’s Club awards gala. The 2017 Dealer of the Year award was presented to New England Transit Sales, Inc., a full-service dealer offering sales, parts and vehicle service in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts.
It’s the oldest joke in the sales business: “Good, fast and inexpensive. Pick any two.” But, two out of three isn’t enough for school bus fleet managers and mechanics, especially when it comes to essential parts like radiators.
HIGH POINT, N.C. — Thomas Built Buses, the leading manufacturer of school buses, and its dealer network, has received top marks from its customers, resulting in an outstanding Net Promoter Score℠ (NPS®) for 2017. Through research conducted by the Daniel Group, Thomas Built has achieved a “World Class” NPS, which is any score within the range of 70-100. Being classified as “World Class” is the highest achievement that a company can receive through their NPS.