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FACT 2014

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54 < m ETRO m AGAZINE FACT BOOK 2015 metro-magazine.com bus & chassis manufacturers Starcraft Bus, a division of Forest River Inc., and a Berkshire Hathaway Co., is North America's largest shuttle bus manufacturer eight years running. Starcraft Bus, known for its commitment to quality and afordable transportation, services many markets includ- ing hotels, churches, retirement center, tour operators, and all aspects of public and private transportation. Starcraft Bus proudly builds on Ford, International and GM chassis and is ADA compliant, QVM-certifed, ISO-certifed and Altoona-tested. Denotes advertiser Sprinter MiniBus (Mercedes-Benz or Freightliner) Daimler Vans USA One Mercedes Dr. Montvale, NJ 07645 (201) 573-0600 www.sprintervansusa.com Claus Tritt, VP, operations Antje Williams, brand mgr. The Sprinter MiniBus branded either Mer- cedes-Benz or Freightliner allows operators to go places. For MY2015, the Sprinter now ofers four-wheel-drive as well as a SULEV option for the standard four-cylinder diesel powertrain with a seven-speed transmission, in addition to the V6 diesel engine with a fve-speed. StarTrans Bus 2367 Century Drive Goshen, IN 46528 (800) 348-7440 Fax: (574) 642-3301 Email: scraig@forestriverinc.com mbarczak@forestriverinc.com; jcavanah@forestriverinc.com Sam Craig, sales mgr. Mark Barczak, gov't sales/contracts Jerry Cavanah, gov't sales/contracts StarTrans Bus, a division of Forest River Inc., and a Berkshire Hathaway company, is committed to providing quality and afordable transportation. The StarTrans market includes tour operators, retirement centers, hotels, churches and all areas of public and private transportation. StarTrans Bus is proud to build on Ford, GM and Freightliner chassis and is ADA-compliant, QVM-certifed, ISO-certifed and Altoona-tested. Starcraft Bus 2367 Century Drive Goshen, IN 46528 (800) 348-7440 (574) 642-3112 Fax (574) 642-3301 Email: jcavanah@forestriverinc.com jnine@forestriverinc.com smamone@forestriverinc.com www.starcraftbus.com Jerry Cavanah, government sales/contracts Jay Nine, regional sales mgr. Scott Mamone, regional sales mgr. Specialty Vehicles 440 Mark Leany Dr. Henderson, NV 89011 (702) 567-5256 • (800) 784-8726 Fax: (702) 567-3020 Email: nancy.munoz@specialtyvehicles.com www.specialtyvehicles.com Josh Drenk, GM Nancy Munoz, trolley sales Leah Munoz, tram sales Rachel Drenk, accounting Exclusive distributor for the Supreme Classic American Trolley and Tram, Chance Morgan Tramstar and SunLiner II and also the new Metro Tram. Also ofering tugs, trailers and smaller 2-14 passenger electric shuttles. Stock of new and used vehicles available for immediate delivery. Full Parts Department. Setra Motorcoaches c/o Motor Coach Industries 200 E. Oakton St. Des Plaines, IL 60018 (847) 285-2000 • (866) 624-2622 Fax: (847) 285-2013 Email: marketing@mcicoach.com www.setra-coaches.com Patrick Scully, MCI executive VP, sales & mktg. Patricia Ziska, MCI VP, sales As the largest manufacturer and marketer of intercity coaches for tour, charter, line-haul, and commuter transit markets in the U.S. and Canada, MCI also opens new opportuni- ties for operators as the distributor of the Daimler-built Setra TopClass S 417 and Setra S 407 ComfortClass. The Setra S 417 features custom-tailored interiors ofering comfort and aesthetics, with options including a second door, club corner seating and premium fabrics. Superb for shuttles, the Setra S 407 meets the grueling demands of tour, charter and heavy-duty transportation applications. Built in Germany and designed for the North Ameri- can market, Setra coaches exceed passenger expectations and ofer operators added value thanks to fuel-efcient Mercedes-Benz Blu- eTec engines, shared parts and components, and quality ft and fnish. Carlos Bernal, parts Brian Kolb, warranty administration Rob Remund, sales support

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