With Jeff Kochenour’s retirement, Craig Smith steps into the warranty manager role for the bus climate control system supplier.
As Kingman Unified School District No. 20 students return to school, some ride buses without air conditioning in 100-plus degree heat. About one-third of the district’s buses don’t have air conditioning.
Paul Rothschild joins Bergstrom Inc. as a regional sales manager. He brings five years of experience in school transportation.
Two new cooling compressors target trends in bus manufacturing, featuring smaller designs and higher capacity.
Lehnert and his brother Ed launched the company in 1979 to supply bus air-conditioning systems to the transportation industry.
T/CCI’s new compressors target trends in bus manufacturing, growing demand.
Jericho (N.Y.) School District's director of transportation explains how a school bus with upgraded features has fit the bill for safe and economical activity trips.
Reed Hooks will cover accounts in the western territory for the bus air-conditioning supplier.
The E-Control platform is designed to provide centralized control of all the thermal management components aboard a bus.
Bus air-conditioning manufacturer Eberspaecher Suetrak develops the E-Control platform to provide centralized control of all the thermal management components on a bus.
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.