|Type||Subsidiary of VDL Groep|
|Headquarters||Eindhoven, the Netherlands|
Originally named DAF Bus International after being separated from the truck-building business of DAF, it joined the United Bus in 1990. It became a subsidiary of VDL Groep after United Bus collapsed in 1993.
DAF Bus International was renamed VDL Bus International in September 2003. As of 2005, VDL Groep held 81% share of VDL Bus and PACCAR held another 19% share. VDL Groep bought another Dutch bus manufacturer, Berkhof Jonckheere Groep, in 1998, and together with VDL Bus International they form the VDL Bus Groep, a division of VDL Groep.
In 2008, VDL Bus International was renamed VDL Bus Chassis.
- SB180 (replacement of SB120)
- SB200 (low-floor)
- Chassis modules of Wright Gemini 2 integral
Other VDL Groep bus companiesEdit
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