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Posts tagged as: Alexander Dennis

Alexander Dennis drives on

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Finding its headquarters at Falkirk, Scotland, “full to bursting” and urgently needing more space, Alexander Dennis held a major press conference in May at its new facility at Larbert, about four miles away.

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ABC Companies to manufacture Alexander Dennis Enviro line at Nappanee

Assembly will take place at the ABC Companies refurbishment facility in Nappanee, IN, with the plan currently to begin production in Q4 2014.

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Perspective on North America

The New Citaro is now entering production in Germany.

Daimler delivers a wake-up call and Alexander Dennis teams with New Flyer.

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New Flyer, Alexander Dennis announce joint midi bus venture

New Flyer Industries Inc. and Alexander Dennis have agreed to a long-term venture to introduce a North American a midi bus specifically developed and tested to a 10-year operational life.

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New growth for Alexander Dennis focuses on North America

The two-axle Enviro 400 is a very popular Alexander Dennis model in the UK.

The British market for city buses fell back badly in 2010, not just because of the global financial crisis, but also two of the major groups cut back heavily on their normal procurement of new vehicles.

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Alexander Dennis eyes more opportunities in North America

Alexander Dennis (ADL), the largest bus builder in the United Kingdom, now has its eyes set on creating new sectors in markets with product gaps and opportunities, and need for shorter, genuine buses that offer reliability, durability and longevity. Chief Executive Colin Robertson believes North America could be such a target.

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London looks to hybrids at Euro Bus Expo

Euro Bus Expo 2008 held in Birmingham, England in November was somewhat misleading as nearly all the exhibits targeted the British market. The argument for hybrid buses in Europe grew strong last summer when the price of oil peaked at $147 per barrel.

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