BONLUCK & HT MARCHING ABREST IN UMA 2016
We are so honored to announce that Bonluck & HT have been exhibiting two unrivaled motorcoaches in UMA 2016 including the unveiled 35 footer and refurnished 45 footer in which the same model was shown in UMA 2015, New Orleans. Both models have been earning filled compliments since they were driven to the venue of Georgia World Congress Center dated 31st of Jan after a long continued journey of over 2,200 miles from LA, California for which took fives days upon US Traffic Laws, it reflects the competent maneuverability and reliability that the models have proven in order to cope with the harsh expectation that clients may pursue.
Bonluck and HT are both the subsidiaries of CHTC Group, they have been allied strategically three years ago aiming the development of US and North America marketplaces with Americanized design vibe and innovated workmanship, both models have considered the availability of installing devices for handicapped as an option, and the models have taken account of international componentries with established service centers throughout North America, e.g. Cummins Engine, Allison transmission, ZF axles, Parker Hannifin CAN system, MCC HVAC, Ellamp luggage racks, Isri & Fainsa seating etc. Both models have also 90% of interchangeable components to enhance the serviceability and engineering approachability, there are over 30 consigned depots and garages available widespread in North America to securely backup he who use Bonluck & HT motorcoaches.
Bonluck & HT sincerely welcome all friends from media, professional visitors and audience to our show booth at #1128 in Georgia World Congress Center since it’s the third day amidst the Expo, we crave to meeting you fruitfully.
*UMA began as the United Bus Owners Association (UBOA). UBOA was formed out of the large bus association called the National Association of Motor Bus Operators (NAMBO) to represent the smaller coach owner/operator and serve as their voice in Washington D.C. and to protect and promote their interests and welfare. In 1996, UBOA became the United Motorcoach Association to more accurately reflect the industry that it represented.*
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