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Blue Bird introduces financial service provider

Posted on February 28, 2011

FORT VALLEY, Ga. — Blue Bird Corp. has launched Blue Bird Capital Services as its premier financial services provider.

Blue Bird Capital Services, backed by De Lage Landen, provides Blue Bird customers with competitive financial support and first-class service, according to officials from the school bus manufacturer.

Blue Bird Capital Services offers a broad range of finance solutions, including commercial leases, loan agreements and municipal financing with a focus on quick credit turnaround times and attentive customer service. Additionally, officials said customers will experience new opportunities with preferred rates and competitive finance programs that are supported by a team of industry specialists.

De Lage Landen provides equipment and transportation financial services. The company has more than 40 years of experience.

“We are pleased to launch Blue Bird Capital Services as our premier provider of first-class financial solutions,” said Phil Horlock, president of Blue Bird. “De Lage Landen’s added financial strength provided through Blue Bird Capital Services will prove to be a significant sales asset. Our customers will receive top-notch financial support backed by a recognized world-class financial provider.”

Rod Versteegh, president of the Construction, Transportation and Industrial Global Business Unit at De Lage Landen, added, “We are excited to have partnered with an industry leader and look forward to working with Blue Bird to provide their dealers and customers the consistent level of service and support they have become accustomed to through De Lage Landen.”

To learn more about Blue Bird Capital Services, contact a Blue Bird dealer in your area or visit www.blue-bird.com.

Related Topics: Blue Bird Corp.

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