Australia, Bus Features, Bus Industry News

Calling all servicing, repairs and maintenance companies

The March edition of ABC will focus on the servicing, repairs and maintenance businesses that keep the Australasian bus industry running

In the past year, a wealth of exciting bus and coach technology has arrived on Australian shores. Whether it be the latest electric buses running routes globally or the enticing attraction that is hydrogen fuel-cell buses, manufacturers are beginning to introduce new bus models to Australia.

Throughout all of this, there’s still a bottom line need to keep these vehicles serviced and maintained throughout their lifespan.

That’s where the hidden helpers of the bus and coach industry come into play in the form of servicing centres, repair and maintenance business and companies producing vehicle monitoring technology.

All of this will be recognised in the March edition of ABC Magazine, which will focus on Australasia’s servicing centres, repairs, maintenance and vehicle monitoring technology companies.

ABC is putting the call out to any businesses involved in this sphere of the bus and coach industry to get involved in our March edition.

Whether it be a case study on a servicing story that went well or an in-depth look into emerging vehicle monitoring technology, ABC would love to feature your story!

The package for our March edition includes:

  • 1 x Full Page Ad in the March magazine
  • 1 x Professionally written feature story by the ABC editorial team
  • Content posted on ABC’s Bus News website
  • Content distributed throughout the ABC weekly eNewsletter
  • Content amplified across ABC’s social media channels on Facebook, X (Twitter) and LinkedIn

Expressions of interest for the March edition close on February 28, with the magazine on sale from March 27.

For more information, contact Adrian Kos at or 0413 777 670.

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