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IC Corporation to raise bus prices
January 3, 2008
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — IC Corporation will increase new bus prices for 2008 by between $2,500 and $3,000 in response to rising commodity prices, ac...
NAPT Gets Rolling in Grand Rapids
January 1, 2008

Pupil transportation officials waited anxiously outside the Grand Rapids, Mich., police department training facility as its Special Response Team evac...

IC Corporation hires new leadership
January 1, 2008

WARRENVILLE, Ill. — IC Corporation has named John McKinney its new vice president and general manager. In this position, McKinney will manage all aspe...

Navistar wins award for hybrid development
October 1, 2007

PASADENA, Calif. — Navistar International Corp. won the 2007 Blue Sky Award for its role in developing diesel-hybrid technology.

The award is pres...

Q&A: Large Bus Manufacturers
June 1, 2007

Key executives at the three large bus OEMs weigh in on industry developments and challenges.

IC Corp. pegs engine hike at $6,000
August 1, 2006

IC Corp. has announced that school bus prices will increase $6,000 per unit as a result of the EPA requirements on engine emissions that bus and commercial truck OEMs must adhere to with 2007 engines.

Hybrid school bus unveiled at New York conference
August 1, 2006

A hybrid school bus manufactured by IC Corp. and Enova Systems Inc. was unveiled in early July at the New York Association for Pupil Transportation conference and trade show.

Q&A: Rising Fuel, Bus Prices are Key Challenges
June 1, 2006

International's Michael Cancelliere says school bus operators need to examine idling practices and routing efficiency to minimize the impact of high fuel prices. Meanwhile, he predicts a 5 to 8 percent increase in volume of bus sales this year.

The Multiple Benefits of Multiplexing
August 1, 2005

Many students who ride America’s school buses every day are outfitted with new technology such as cell phones, MP3 players, portable video games and o...

Teamwork Keeps Industry on Track
December 1, 2004

Teamwork was the theme of the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS) meeting Oct. 28 to Nov. 1 in Cincinna...

Security Awareness Blows Up in Cincinnati
December 1, 2004

For the last few days of October and first few days of November, Cincinnati was the place to be.

Q&A: International's Cancelliere Sets Sights on Higher Ground
September 1, 2004

In March, International Truck and Engine Corp. announced the promotion of Tom Cellitti from vice president and general manager of the Bus Vehicle Cent...

Enhanced Ergonomics Highlighted in New Conventional Bus Designs
March 1, 2004

Unlike automobiles, which can undergo drastic design changes from year to year, school buses tend to look the same, at least to the general public, no...

NAPT 2003 Marked by a Trade Show to Remember
December 1, 2003

With five extraordinary professional speakers, 55 workshops and multiple training programs, the educational opportunities at the 2003 National Associa...

Lap/Shoulder Belts on School Buses: From Speculation to Reality
March 1, 2003

After years of controversy and extensive research, it appears that the school bus industry is finally nearing a reckoning of sorts on the issue of lap...

Q&A: Budgetary Challenges Pressure the Whole Industry
March 1, 2003

Tom Cellitti, vice president/general manager of International Truck and Engine Corp.’s Bus Vehicle Center, got a working introduction to school buses ...

Home-based training offers several benefits
February 1, 2001

Over the years, school bus manufacturers and vendors have developed classes that help technicians understand the latest body, chassis and engine enhancements. But the challenge lies in getting these busy technicians to a facility for training. From this obstacle arose the solution of home-based training, a less expensive and more convenient option.

Integrated School Bus Targets Improved Driver Ergonomics, Serviceability
June 1, 2000

International's new Integrated Conventional (IC) school bus marries body, chassis and engine, allowing the company to oversee design, manufacturing and quality-control processes.

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