RIVERSIDE, CA – Complete Coach Works (CCW) is pleased to announce it has launched a newly redesigned website for its ZEPS all-electric drive system – zepsdrive.com. The website is positioned to be a leading source for sustainable, economical solutions available for transit agencies looking to start an electric fleet.
The website represents the next chapter in CCW’s industry-leading technologies. ZEPS is CCW’s exclusive system developed by taking an existing low floor diesel transit bus and repowering the bus into a battery all-electric unit. The resulting ZEPS bus delivers to agencies a significantly longer operating range while maintaining battery life.
The ZEPS site is designed to increase awareness of sustainable transportation and enforce CCW’s green initiatives. “The new website reinforces CCW’s brand strategy that focuses on its commitment to its customers and dedication to improving the well-being of the environment at an affordable cost,” states Brad Carson, Director of Sales and Marketing.
The redesign makes it easier for customers to access the information they need on the process of remanufacturing and enhances CCW’s ability to connect ZEPS with the industry through its digital channels. “Digitalization is transforming all industries and we want our site to offer a clean, modern, and sleek design,” added Kallie Arevalo, Marketing Manager at CCW.
Electric vehicles are revolutionizing the transportation industry. Today, more than 50 ZEPS buses are deployed in service across the nation. ZEPS is a proven technology that has been tested for more than 4 million miles of revenue service. “We are excited to participate in the revolution of the transit fleet market and assist numerous transit agencies in their pursuit of reducing environmental impacts,” added Kallie. Through this launch, the ZEPS brand will deliver consistent, relevant news, and resources customers can use daily.
RIVERSIDE, CA – Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced today it has been awarded a contract by Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District (Santa Cruz) to rehab four New Flyer buses.
The rehabilitations are designed to enrich the passenger experience by delivering customers comfort and safety. The project will give new life to the buses for about half the cost of a new vehicle. The rehab process incudes the repair of structural, mechanical, and cosmetic issues of the buses. Aaron Timlick, Regional Sales Manager, states, “The buses will provide the agency reliability and maintain its bus fleet in a state of good repair.”
The work includes repowering the buses with Cummins ISL-G Recon engines, as well as installing rebuilt Allison transmissions. Additional work includes new driver seats, internal/external LED lighting, and new floors. The buses will then be repainted and decaled to reflect Santa Cruz’s branding.
Complete Coach Works is proud to partner with Santa Cruz on this project. Aaron adds, “This project will increase service to Santa Cruz’s customers and provide operational savings while being kind to the environment.” CCW looks forward to the success of this project and is confident the outcome will prove gratifying.
RIVERSIDE, CA – Shuttle Bus Leasing (SBL) announced it has gone live with a completely redesigned and rebranded website at SBLBus.com. The website is expected to provide users a clean, simple design that incorporates improved functionality and enhanced content. In addition to improved design features, updated content throughout the site provides expanded information on SBL’s company history, core values, and capabilities.
Created with the user experience in mind, the website design uses the latest technology, making it compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices. Drop-down menus for both mobile and desktop versions are available, and the improved structure of the content is impactful. “With the new website, we are taking the opportunity to strengthen and modernize how we represent our company and promote the industry to customers in which we operate,” states Brad Carson, Director of Sales and Marketing.
SBL is an affiliated company of Complete Coach Works and Transit Sales International. It’s the third website to be launched this year. “Our marketing department has worked hard to construct a website tailored to our customers wants, needs, and expectations. We are excited to provide our customers better access to information about our company,” states Brad.
SBL is more than just a bus leasing company. It’s a transportation solution provider with a support network that is dedicated to making customers’ operations a success. SBL’s new website will be regularly updated with product information, industry knowledge, innovations, events, and news. Visitors are encouraged to explore the new website and sign up for the company’s e-newsletter to stay up to date on future press releases, and key announcements.
RIVERSIDE, CA – Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced today that it recently completed a UL Field Evaluation for its industrial control panels that supply power to charge electric vehicles.
Complete Coach Works dedicated countless hours to develop and manufacture a control panel for high-power charging technology that adheres to the highest safety requirements. “UL tests to the most rigorous standards. Our company is thrilled to have exceeded those requirements,” said Chuck Barnes, Vice President of Complete Coach Works. The ZEPS charge control panel is designed to house the breaker, contactor, and interlock control logic that supply power to a CCW ZEPS remanufactured electric bus.
UL’s standards and certification are universally recognized as important indicators of product safety and reliability, which is CCW’s top priority when developing new technologies. “As technology continues to advance, so does the need for higher safety standards. We look forward to offering our customers a UL Field Evaluated certified charging control panel,” states Barnes.
RIVERSIDE, CA – Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced today it was awarded a contract from Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) to supply four refurbished 35-ft Gillig diesel buses.
To enhance fleet reliability, the buses will be equipped with Cummins ReCon ISL engines and rebuilt Voith transmissions. Other CCW upgrades include interior/exterior LED lightning, new driver seats, new flooring, and ADA cozxmpliant wheelchair ramps.
Additional work includes new brakes and suspensions, steering components, and LED destination signs. Once work is completed, a fresh new paint job and decals will provide the finishing touches.
Upon completion of this comprehensive refurbishment process, CARTA will utilize the buses, along with their current fleet, to effectively service the City of Chattanooga, Hamilton County and surrounding areas.
“We are very excited about this contract and the opportunity to work with Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority,” states Jay Raber, Regional Sales Manager, “we believe these buses will be a great addition to their fleet.”
Lisa Maragnano, CARTA’s Executive Director stated, “CARTA is looking forward to working with CCW to provide refurbished vehicles for our fixed route service. These vehicles will be like brand new and are a cost effective, efficient way to replace some of the older diesel vehicles in our fleet.”