For the second consecutive year, Tom Braden, IMMI’s vice President of Enterprise Technology has been recognized as the Chief Technology Officer of the Year by the Indianapolis Business Journal.
Longtime IMMI Market Development and Regulatory Affairs Manager Charles “Charlie” Vits was honored this week into the 2020 MACPS Hall of Fame.
IMMI, a global leader in safety, opened its newest manufacturing facility in Tulsa, bringing nearly 30 new jobs to the community. The 45,000 square ft. facility, located near Navistar’s IC Bus Plant on 3626 N. Mingo Road, will be used to assemble and line-set SafeGuard lap-shoulder belt and integrated child seats for IC’s school buses. SafeGuard is the school bus brand of IMMI, and longtime leader of seating products in the market.
IMMI, the trusted global leader of restraints and advanced safety products today announced it is acquiring SynTec Seating Solutions from Joyson Safety Systems. SynTec, located in High Point, North Carolina is the primary seating supplier for Thomas Built Buses.
NBC News investigative and consumer correspondent Vicky Nguyen traveled to a commercial crash test facility to see what can happen when an accident occurs in a bus without seat belts, which aren’t required under federal law.
NBC News called on CAPE to perform a crash test to demonstrate the safety issues with limousines.
April 23, 2019 (Westfield, Indiana) – The Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence at Indiana University recently announced their 2019 class of Tobias Fellows, and IMMI’s Mark Campbell, Senior Vice President of Global Operations, is among them.
Dramatic new crash test video reveals the importance of seat belts during side impact school bus crashes. ABC News captured the SafeGuard Side Crash Test at CAPE.
IMMI®, a global leader in the innovation, testing, and manufacturing of advanced safety systems, has been recognized as one of Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America, placing 31st in their first year on the list.
IMMI, a global leader in the innovation, testing, and manufacturing of advanced safety systems, recently launched Per4Max™, a game-changing 4-point restraint for ambulances.