Bergstrom has introduced Cool Zone, a new air-conditioning system for buses.
VBG Group acquires the bus HVAC provider from Ratos.
According to Bergstrom, testing found that the Cool Zone system cooled a bus five minutes faster than what is required by Florida and Texas state specs.
Global automotive supplier Valeo confirms its acquisition of German company Spheros, which provides climate control systems for school buses in North America, among other markets.
The five-year pact with Morongo Unified School District, located in the Mojave Desert, includes new buses with air conditioning and three-point belts.
Randy Schreiber and Daryl Kyle are the newest members of the sales team for the climate control systems supplier.
American Cooling Technology expands its bus rooftop air-conditioning product line with the launch of the new RTS-275.
The $3.5 million investment enables the bus HVAC supplier to manufacture its own micro-channel aluminum heat exchangers — a core component in its products.
Ontario-based Transit Cooling Solutions will manage and support Spheros North America’s Canadian bus market interests.
Last week’s temperatures in the 90s had summer school administrators and parents concerned for students riding buses without air conditioning for long periods of time, particularly those with special needs.
As a regional sales manager for Spheros North America, Drew Goaley will also promote ACC Climate Control, which is now part of Spheros’ product portfolio.
Adolfo Salinas has more than 20 years of experience in the engineering design and application of mobile bus air conditioning.
Trans/Air’s new TA-20 Rooftop product line features rooftop units characterized by powerful cooling capacity as well as a distinctive aerodynamic design, according to the supplier.