National Bus Sales to Offer Trans Tech Type A School Buses

Posted on May 8, 2017
National Bus Sales will now sell and service Trans Tech's full line of Type A school buses in seven states, including the Trans Star, shown here.
National Bus Sales will now sell and service Trans Tech's full line of Type A school buses in seven states, including the Trans Star, shown here.

WARWICK, N.Y. — Trans Tech has reached an agreement for National Bus Sales Inc. to sell and service its full line of Type A school buses in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Oklahoma, Ohio, and Washington.  

National Bus Sales will sell and support Trans Tech’s entire lineup of Type A school buses, multifunction school activity buses, and commercial buses from its 20,000 square foot corporate office in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and supporting branches across the U.S.  

“We are absolutely thrilled to have National Bus Sales on board to provide sales and support of Trans Tech’s entire lineup of industry-leading Type A school buses in seven key states throughout the country,” said Trans Tech President John Phraner.  “With over 28 years of experience in providing exceptional sales and service to their customers, and an outstanding reputation, National Bus Sales is the perfect addition to our growing network of dealerships.”

“Carrying new Trans Tech Type A buses makes perfect sense for National Bus Sales,” said Steve Henshaw, president of National Bus Sales. “We are not only able to offer new buses built on reliable Chevrolet and Ford chassis, we are able to extend the best in class warranty to our customers and give them a great, safe, and reliable bus that will last.”

All Trans Tech buses, including the ST Aero, SST, Roadstar, CST, eSeries, and Trans Star, which is the latest addition to Trans Tech’s lineup, provide strength and enhanced crash protection, according to Trans Tech. Trans Tech buses come standard with the manufacturer’s signature aerodynamic design, fuel efficiency, pan-formed galvanized steel floors, and the company’s proprietary Versa-Track seating system for maximum versatility.

Related Topics: Trans Tech, Type A/small bus

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