IC Corporation expands Leonard Bus Sales

IC Corporation announced the opening of Leonard Bus Sales' newest bus service facilities in the Apple Tree Acres Corporate Park in Bergen, New York.

Leonard Bus Sales' strong reputation for outstanding service and support in conjunction with a complete line of industry leading integrated school bus products from IC Corporation is a combination that adds great value for customers.

"This is a significant milestone for our company, and a critical step in providing best in class services to our customers in western New York," said Michael Leonard, president, Leonard Bus Sales. "Service after the sale is one of the most important elements of a bus purchase, and the new facility allows us to provide the support that is expected by our growing number of customers in the area."

Leonard Bus is headquartered in Deposit, NY, with secondary locations in Mechanicville, and Rome, NY. The new location provides an easily accessible service point for transportation providers in the region, and offers: complete line of limited warranty and retail repair services; 24,000 ft facility with twelve fully equipped service bays; complete bus repair parts inventory; access to International Truck and Engine and IC Corporation service and parts systems; and a staff of fully trained service technicians.

"We continue with our commitment to a winning distribution strategy that includes the best dealers," said Michael Cancelliere, vice president and general manager, International Bus Vehicle Center. "Leonard Bus Sales' continued growth will play a key part in our ongoing marketplace leadership. Building upon their strong customer base and reputation, we can continue to improve upon our comprehensive dealer network, offering state-of-the-art products and aftermarket support to customers."

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