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SEP-OCT 2014

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121 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014 m ETRO m AGAZINE > BILL URIAN (847) 777-6465 Vapor Bus International, A Wabtec Co., will introduce a high-performance electric door actuator for heavy transit buses. The ETO™ actuator integrates in- novative electrical and mechanical elements to precisely control door speed and position, while minimizing power consumption. A high-torque electric motor is teamed with service-proven components for maximum performance and reliability. An intelligent controller provides program- mable data logging with detailed time stamps for superior diagnostic capabilities. BOOTH #5223 Vapor Bus International - A Wabtec Co. BRIAN SHARP (905) 670-3122 Voith's DIWA.6, the most advanced automatic transmis- sion specifcally designed for heavy-duty transit applica- tions in the world, continues Voith's longstanding practice of exceptional quality and reliability, industry leading ride and comfort, and further increases fuel economy with its introduction to the North American market. BOOTH #3113 Voith Turbo Inc. RAY MELLEADY (610) 265-3610 USSC is a privately held company with 12 locations throughout the world. USSC Group is focused on providing survivability and mobility solutions to the commercial and military transportation markets. The group consists of dif- ferent companies broken into three segments — seating, fre suppression and services. BOOTH #1527 USSC LLC BILL URIAN (847) 777-6465 Wabtec Corp. and its subsidiaries, Bach-Simpson, Bar- ber Spring, Microphor, Mors Smitt, MotivePower, Rail- road Friction Products, Ricon, Swiger Coil, TransTech, Turbonetics, Vapor Bus International, Vapor Stone Rail Systems, Wabtec Passenger Transit and Wabtec Railway Electronics will exhibit technologically advanced equip- ment and services. BOOTH #5223 Wabtec

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