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NFI takes over Alexander Dennis

Alexander Dennis’s story as an independent bus builder has come to an end. The British company, the world’s leading manufacturer of double decker buses, has been taken over by the Canadian group NFI for 405 million dollars (some 360 million euros). The operation aims to “create a m...

Allison to offer an electric axle drivetrain for electric buses

Allison Transmission launches in North American market an electric axle powertrain system developed for electric buses. The company unveiled the new e-axle range, under the denomination ABE series, at the Advanced Clean Technology Expo in Long Beach, California. In late April Allison announced the p...

Up to 25 fuel cell buses will hit Liverpool City Region’s roads

Up to 25 fuel cell buses will hit Liverpool City Region’s roads. The buses will be the Enviro400 hydrogen double deck bus developed in partnership between Alexander Dennis and Arcola Energy. The first vehicles are expected to begin operation in 2020. The Liverpool City Region is set to be the ...

Alexander Dennis in Singapore, a new facility to keep on growing

Alexander Dennis has opened a new facility in Singapore. The new site includes a parts distribution and training centre for the wider South East Asian region in addition to offices for the local team working with customers and stakeholders in Singapore. In this way the world’s largest manufact...
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