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A total of 330 were built, of which 244 were for companies owned by FirstBus/Group. These companies included Strathclyde's Buses, Yorkshire Rider, Midland Bluebird, Potteries Motor Traction and Eastern Counties.
Of the remaining 86, North Western took 34 for its Bee Line Buzz and Star Line subsidiaries, whilst Merseybus bought 20, Kentish Bus ten, Chester City Transport six, and Nottingham City Transport and Bullocks Coaches five each.
The North Western, Merseybus and Kentish Bus examples were all subsequently operated by Arriva, specifically its North West and Southern Counties divisions. Arriva have withdrawn their Axcess-Ultralow fleets with all but one example being scrapped. The one surviving example - which was new to MTL - has been preserved at the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust in Liverpool. As of 2016 all of them that do not meet DDA requirements have been withdrawn or given to another company
- "Fleetlists". Steve White Website. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
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