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The Travels of Marco Polo The famous explorer Marco Polo was born in the year 1254 to a family of merchants. Even then, the city where he was born-Venice-was a center for commerce and trading in the Mediterranean region. Because Marco's family was wealthy, he received a good education, learning. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item Manuel

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Founded nearly 60 years ago as a small body atelier, by now Marcopolo S.A. has reached, without exaggeration, outstanding successes in the bus field.

Nowadays Marcopolo S.A. produces more than half of all buses in Brazil and delivers them to 60 countries. In the record 2003, Marcopolo S.A. has produced 14,322 bus bodies. Directly in Brazil, the company has four plants. There are assembly plants in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, South Africa, Portugal.

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It all began in August 1949 when, in Caxias do Sul, Rio Grandidou Sul, a group of eight partners founded a small company that installed bus bodies on the chassis of the hood trucks. The company, which became the forerunner of one of the world's largest bus-building companies, was called Nicola & Cia. Ltda, and only 15 people worked on it.

The first products were wooden bus bodies. However, four years later, in 1953, the company Nicola & Cia. Ltda was the first in Brazil to master the production of bus bodies on a metal frame. In 1954, the first change of name took place - Nicola & Cia. Ltda was renamed Carrocerias Nicola S / A.

Initially, the chassis of imported trucks was used to install bus bodies. The first chassis of the Brazilian production was used in 1957.

By the early 1960s, the annual output of Carrocerias Nicola S / A bodies exceeded two hundred units. Products have even begun to export - the first external market was Uruguay. Then followed the reconstruction of production, which allowed by the end of the 1960s to produce half a thousand buses a year.

In 1971 Carrocerias Nicola S / A again changes its name, acquiring the modern name Marcopolo S.A. An interesting case - the company was named in honor of a very successful model of the bus, called, as it is easy to guess, Marcopolo.

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