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The Bombardier Story: From Snowmobiles to Global Transportation Powerhouse, 2nd Edition

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The Bombardier Story: From Snowmobiles to Global Transportation Powerhouse, 2nd Edition
320 pages, Published December 2012

 The Bombardier Story: From Snowmobiles to Global Transportation Powerhouse, 2nd Edition

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When Joseph-Armand Bombardier introduced his Ski-Doo snowmobile in 1959, little did he know that his company would become a manufacturing powerhouse in the global transportation industry—as of 2013, Bombardier Inc. was number one in railway equipment and number three in civil aircraft. Bombardier is the world's only manufacturer of both planes and trains.

Today, Bombardier products are everywhere. Millions of people travel daily on Bombardier subway cars, automated metros, and commuter trains that run around the world in cities such as New York City, Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver, Mexico City, and Kuala Lumpur. Hundreds of thousands travel to vacation and business destinations each year aboard Bombardier's intercity trains such as the Acela (a high-speed passenger service on Amtrak's Boston-Washington corridor), and on Bombardier's regional jets. Thousands of busy executives fly every day in Learjet, Challenger, and Global Express business jets made by Bombardier. And hundreds of thousands enjoy their leisure hours at play on Ski-Doo snowmobiles and Sea-Doo watercraft, manufactured since 2003 by BRP, an independent company which is co-owned by the Bombardier family.

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Product ID 128820
Product Code 978-1-118-48294-0
Name The Bombardier Story: From Snowmobiles to Global Transportation Powerhouse, 2nd Edition
Author Larry MacDonald
ISBN 978-1-118-48294-0

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