September 10, 2013, Deposit, N.Y. – In recent days, Leonard Bus Sales delivered 8 new, clean diesel IC Bus brand buses to the Lancaster Central School District in Western New York. The district used the influx of new, more efficient buses to retire 10 aging buses from their fleet.
“At Leonard Bus Sales, our fleet management experts know that the most affordable way to improve the fuel efficiency of a bus fleet is to replace older buses with newer, cleaner-running diesel buses,” said Leonard Bus Sales General Manager Frank Continetti. “We are pleased to work with Lancaster School District to deliver these new, clean diesel buses, and to help improve the efficiency of their entire fleet. We look forward to working together in the years ahead to keep these buses and this fleet running as clean, efficient, and safe as possible.”
Today’s clean diesel buses are 20 times cleaner than the diesel buses of just ten years ago. By replacing these older buses, the Lancaster Central School District will vastly improve its fleets overall efficiency. And, with these new buses comes the award-winning support Leonard Bus Sales is known for throughout the industry, including service, parts, training and complimentary fleet management advice.
In the Photo: Eight new IC Bus brand buses are delivered to Lancaster Central School District.
Leonard Bus Sales, Inc. is owned and operated by the Leonard family, a recognized leader in the distribution and support of quality, environmentally-friendly school and commercial buses. A third generation family-owned business, Leonard Bus Sales has nearly 50 years of experience providing cost-saving fleet management and award-winning customer support. Leonard Bus Sales is a leading-distributor of IC BusTM brand buses in Upstate New York. The company also distributes Type-A school and commercial buses from Trans Tech throughout New York and Type-A commercial buses from Champion Bus in Upstate New York. The company is headquartered in Deposit, NY and operates four additional full-service facilities in Saratoga Springs, Rome, Bergen, and a Trans Tech Type-A facility in Garden City Park, N.Y. — www.leonardbus.com.