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Trans Tech SST buses delivered in Massachusetts

Posted on February 19, 2014

Tom Flynn (left), assistant transportation coordinator at Worcester (Mass.) Public Schools, and Ron Roe, president of Trans Tech Bus Sales and Service of New England, are pictured with one of the six SST school buses that were purchased for the district.
Tom Flynn (left), assistant transportation coordinator at Worcester (Mass.) Public Schools, and Ron Roe, president of Trans Tech Bus Sales and Service of New England, are pictured with one of the six SST school buses that were purchased for the district.
Worcester (Mass.) Public Schools has taken delivery of six Trans Tech Bus SST school buses, the company announced on Tuesday.  

Trans Tech Bus Sales and Service of New England sold and delivered the SSTs this past week.  

Brian Barrington, national sales manager for Trans Tech, said, “We could not be happier at Trans Tech. Ron, Joe and the entire team at Trans Tech of New England are working extremely hard to get buses into the very competitive New England market. These six, we feel, are the first of many.”


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