The school bus manufacturer and parent company Daimler Trucks North America donate the funds to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point.
The Thomas Built Buses distributor will open a new sales and service center in the greater Richmond area this summer.
Hamilton Southeastern Schools reports that Thomas Built’s seat mounting system for special-needs buses helps keep floors clean and organized, and is easy to remove and install.
Some school districts are seeing significant drops in DPF-related maintenance issues after using the "Stay Warm" feature for Cummins diesel engines.
Guilford County (N.C.) Schools has used the school bus OEM’s $100,000 contribution for STEM programs, a gym floor replacement, and other efforts.
Through customer surveys completed on the delivery of school buses in 2017, Thomas Built achieves the highest category of Net Promoter Score.
Jeff Sather will lead the DTNA subsidiary, which manufactures chassis for Thomas Built school buses and other vehicles.
The school bus OEM’s new campaign presents information about various fuel options, focusing on advancements in diesel.
Consider this contrast: SBF's 2018 Fact Book listings include 10 school bus body manufacturers. Ten years ago, only six of those companies were in the market.
The parent company of Thomas Built Buses says it sees 3-D printing as a better way to provide rare parts when customers need them.
NAPT sessions show that vehicle technology is advancing rapidly, and the school bus industry needs to keep pace or be left behind.
At the NAPT conference, the manufacturer surprises attendees with a Saf-T-Liner C2 electric bus, which has a range of about 100 miles.
The medium-duty diesel engine is expected to boost fuel economy, reliability, and serviceability, according to the manufacturer.