NFI subsidiary, Alexander Dennis Limited has announced plans to expand its Larbert head office and facility in Scotland to increase its capacity for manufacturing electric buses.

From August 2023, the Larbert site will focus on producing Alexander Dennis’ new Enviro400EV model.

The site’s expansion will involve converting existing warehouse space into production lines to assemble the body on the new Alexander Dennis Enviro400EV battery-electric chassis.

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Alexander Dennis repurposes Larbert facility to increase zero-emission manufacturing capability

The Alexander Dennis head office will remain at Larbert, featuring recently revamped office space.

Alexander Dennis President & Managing Director Paul Davies said:

Over the past couple of years we have been laser-focused on a modernisation agenda, underpinned by significant investment in our people, our products and our facilities. We not only need to future-proof our manufacturing capabilities for the ZEvolution™ but we also need to ensure that we create the best possible working environment in which our people can excel.

This is another step on our Alexander Dennis journey to build a sustainable company for the future, with zero-emission buses being at the core of the repurposed and upgraded Larbert site.

The changes at Larbert are part of Alexander Dennis’ ongoing company-wide modernisation as additional vehicles are added to its portfolio.


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