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Heuliez Bus still bears the name of its founder, Louis Heuliez, who started manufacturing coaches nearly a century ago. Heuliez Bus became part of CNH Industrial in 2013 as a result of the merger between Fiat Industrial and CNH Global, but Heuliez Bus retains its brand identity and remains a leader in France and is developing its position in Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
As well as making industry-leading buses, Heuliez Bus also offers spare parts, training courses for customers and second-hand vehicles.
With its focus on creativity, innovation, quality, attention to customer needs and sustainability, Heuliez Bus is both building on its heritage and looking to the future.
The GX137 bus
The GX 137L bus
The GX 337 bus
The GX 337 ELEC bus
The GX 337 HYB bus
The GX 437 bus
The GX 437 DIESEL bus
The GX 437 HYB bus
Heuliez Bus GX ELEC
Heuliez Bus VC 1980
Traditional beginnings: Louis Heuliez Founds the Heuliez Company, and starts to produce horse drawn carriages.
The first Heuliez coach is manufactured, using a wooden structure and a UNIC chassis
A new home: Heuliez Bus moves to Rorthais, France, its current location.
Volvo Bus Corp. acquires 37.5% of Heuliez Bus, with Renault VI holding 37.5% and the Heuliez family retaining a 25% stake.
Heuliez Bus becomes a subsidiary of Renault VI.
Creation of Irisbus (Iveco 50%, Renault VI 50%).
Iveco acquires Renault's share in Irisbus.
Iveco’s activities are demerged from Fiat S.p.A and Iveco becomes part of Fiat Industrial, the demerged Capital Goods arm of Fiat Group.
The road to success: CNH Industrial is formed, following the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH Global N.V.
Heuliez Bus presents the new electric bus GX ELEC in France.
The brand received the 2018 award in Germany, in the energy and environment category, thanks to its full electric range for urban mobility.