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With over 6,000 team members, operating from 31 facilities across Canada and the United States, NFI is North America’s largest bus manufacturer providing a comprehensive suite of mass transportation solutions under brands: New Flyer® (heavy-duty transit buses), ARBOC® (low-floor cutaway and medium-duty buses), MCI® (motor coaches), and NFI Parts™ (parts, support, and service). NFI buses incorporate the widest range of drive systems available including: clean diesel, natural gas, diesel-electric hybrid, and zero-emission electric (trolley, battery, and fuel cell) on proven bus platforms. In total, NFI supports over 74,000 buses and coaches currently in service across North America.
For the fiscal year ended December 31, 2017, NFI posted revenues of US $2.4 billion. NFI common shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol NFI. News and information are available at www.nfigroup.com.
NFI Group Milestones
- 1930: Western Auto and Truck Body started in Winnipeg, Manitoba
- 1945: Renamed Western Flyer Coach
- 1986: Sold and renamed New Flyer Industries (NFI)
- 2005: NFI completes IPO and becomes a public company listed on the TSX
- 2009: NFI launches LEAN OpEx program
- 2010: NFI acquires TCB Enterprises
- 2011: NFI converts capital structure from IDS to Common Share
- 2013: NFI acquires Orion Parts and North American Bus Industries (NABI)
- 2015: NFI acquires Motor Coach Industries (MCI) and Frank Fair Industries
- 2017: NFI acquires Carlson Engineered Composites (now Carfair Composites).
- 2017: NFI opens its Vehicle Innovation Center in Alabama
- 2017: NFI acquires assets of Sintex Wausaukee Composites (now part of Carfair)
- 2017: NFI acquires ARBOC Specialty Vehicles
- 2018: NFI delivers 10,000th Xcelsior® bus