Monthly Archives: January 2011


Two Hundred Buses for Custom

Custom was recently awarded the build of 200 buses for the State Transit fleet, with chassis supplier Volvo and Scania. The buses are to replace 200 older vehicles for the Sydney and Newcastle areas and are in addition to the 1000 growth buses under the Metropolitan Transport Plan.

The official announcement was made January 14th at the Custom site, in Western Sydney by the NSW Premier Kristina Keneally and Minister for Transport John Robertson. Joined by the Mayor of Bankstown Tania Mihailuk and endorsed ALP candidate for Fairfield Guy Zangari. Read more »

SB50 Visits 50 Towns

The SB50 is the newest school bus from Custom and is the sister to the next generation CB80 low floor city bus.

Like its CB80 low floor sibling, the SB50 uses cutting edge technology and the latest automotive materials to produce a lighter, stronger, better quality, yet better value vehicle for Australian operators.

The SB50 has been developed after 55 years experience of building school buses. The SB50 includes a whole list of features that makes operating a school bus cheaper, safer and will provide operators with the best value for money. Read more »