The portfolio of customers is extensive, from organisers of local clubs and societies, through to many well-known national agencies, all of whom are willing to show their confidence in a well run and efficient company by placing repeat business time and again.
Whilst the company maintains a broad spread of business, it must be said that the "flagship" exercise is the Great Central Connexion, and hourly service between Banbury and Rugby six days a week. Highly commended in the 2001 Bus Industry Awards for its service to the rural communities it passes through, the Great Central Connexion is continually being evaluated by the company for any improvements.
All maintenance is carried out "in-house" by qualified fitters to the highest standards in modern well-equipped workshops.
The driving staff, 20 in number, with the occasional part timers, all have their own particular niche in driving duties, with a number of them being fully experience in UK and Continental tours; e.g. Scotland and many parts of the Continent, including France, Holland, Germany, Austria and Spain.
The company has always endeavoured to invest, whether it is new or second-hand vehicles, maintenance equipment or people. A bold step was taken during the summer of 2004 when two new Volvo B12B Sunsundegui coaches were purchased, and these will provide the "front line" vehicles for touring operations.
If you would like to be part of this growing, family business, please see the advertisement on page 5 in this issue of Job Watch.