WARWICK, N.Y. — Trans Tech Bus announced on Wednesday that Mike Hall has been hired as the vice president of the company.
Hall comes to Trans Tech with more than 19 years of production and manufacturing experience in the military equipment industry. Hall will be responsible for all operations of Trans Tech Bus.
Earlier this year, Trans Tech Bus promoted Monique Cichon to purchasing manager for the company. She is responsible for all materials procurement, inventory and vendor relationships.
Trans Tech Bus is a manufacturer of conventional and environmentally friendly Type A school buses. The company offers single and dual wheel models with a wide array of versatile floor plans.
Trans Tech Bus is a division of Transportation Collaborative Inc. For more information about the company and its complete line of school buses, visit www.transtechbus.com.
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