Management

Trans Tech Bus names new president

Posted on July 17, 2008

WARWICK, N.Y. — John Manzi has resigned from his post as president of Trans Tech Bus.

Manzi, who joined the company in 2006, said that he will pursue international commercial bus sales with Encava, a Venezuela-based manufacturer.

Trans Tech officials said that Manzi’s experience in the vehicle manufacturing industry helped the company open its new production facility and strengthen its position in the Type A school bus market.

With Manzi’s departure, Dan Daniels was named Trans Tech’s new president.

Daniels, who was previously Trans Tech’s vice president of engineering, has 31 years of operations and engineering experience in the transportation industry. He has worked for such companies as Starcraft Bus, Turtle Top and Thor Industries Inc.

 

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