Motorcoach manufacturer TEMSA recently completed a delivery of a new TS35E coach to ground transportation provider A Yankee Line. Founded in 1980 in Boston, Massachusetts, by Don Dunham and Don Ogden, A Yankee Line has grown to 76 luxury coaches based in the Boston and New York metro areas.
"We have been operating TEMSA TS35s since 2013 as our chosen 'small bus' complement to our versatile luxury fleet," said Dunham.
The new purchase is one of six TEMSA 35-foot coaches in their fleet. It targets the luxury executive market and accommodates 21 passengers in specially designed two-plus-one seats. Equipped with satellite TV, wood-grain flooring, aluminum wheels, 110V outlets, and USB ports, it also boasts a custom galley manufactured by Creative Mobile Interiors.
Powered by a Cummins L9 350 HP engine and an Allison B500 transmission, like all TEMSAs delivered in the U.S., the TS35 has a stainless steel monocoque frame, substantial underfloor luggage space, and the latest in safety technology.
"All of us at TEMSA are excited about this coach for many reasons,” said TEMSA NE Regional Manager Tony Mongiovi. “It's a privilege to work with a company that has a reputation for quality like A Yankee Line. Their commitment to providing superior service is evident in the way they designed and specified this coach. We at TEMSA are proud of the fact that we got to 'show off' our versatility, and in the midst of a worldwide slowdown, it's great to see an operator like A Yankee Line investing in the future of luxury motorcoach transportation."
TEMSA North America Country Director Fatih Kozan added: "Key factors which make TEMSA a successful actor worldwide are our ability to quickly adapt to our customers' needs with our robust R&D center and technological advancements, and our capacity to launch tailor-made products in the market. We are on a fast-growth track in the US market and have been continuously renewing our product range. With the success we have achieved, we have set new goals for the upcoming period. Our electric vehicles are ready for mass production and we will see them soon on the roads in different parts of the U.S."
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