Wrights Group’s fleet of electric buses receive a wireless booster charge from plates in the road, allowing them to run for longer. Founded in 1946 and still owned by the Wright family, the County Antrim firm pioneered low-floor buses in Britain and is building London’s new Routemaster. Mark Nodder, 58, is group managing director.
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