North America Bus Industries Inc. (NABI), Anniston, AL, recently unveils its Model 40C-LFW “CompoBus” that gets its moniker from its one-piece, glass-fiber-reinforced, vinyl-ester resin laminate body and chassis. The CompoBus body structure was built by Rhode Island-based TPI Composites, using TPI's patented glass-fiber reinforced resin molding process known as SCRIMP (Seeman Composite Resin Infusion Molding Process). The SCRIMP process is used in building hulls for the company's line of ...

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