Starting out with one vehicle in 2004, Henshaw’s Executive Travel now has a fleet of 17 vehicles. Nine of the current fleet are already Euro VI coaches. Richard Sharman visited the Gloucestershire-based coach company to […]
There’s no reason why women shouldn’t be equally represented and treated in the workplace, says Mark Stevens, an associate at law firm VWV. However, as employment tribunal cases and statistics indicate, women still battle male […]
First Bus has announced the intended sale of its Queens Road bus depot – and associated operations – to Go-Ahead Group for £11.17m.
FirstGroup is in the process of selling off its Manchester bus operations, The Telegraph has reported.
Temsa has been chosen as Rugby Super League team Leeds Rhinos’ new official transport partner, after signing a deal worth almost £250,000.
Shareholding in Appleblossom Holdings, holding company for Galloway European Coachlines and Galloway Coach Travel of Mendlesham, Suffolk has changed with effect from 1 January 2019. Industry entrepreneur, Bill Hiron, together with Gary Raven of Barrons […]
2018 has been a huge year for the industry, from the announcement of autonomous vehicle trials, to the innovation and development of sustainable technologies for public transport. Madaline Dunn reflects on the biggest stories of […]
Mervyn Annetts and son James talk to Andy Izatt about their rural Hampshire business, Mervyn’s Coaches which, despite evermore pressing external challenges, continues to prosper through the emphasis they place on quality, tailored service
After 40 years in the Passenger Transport Industry, Peter Crichton, Managing Director at Omnibus Solutions, takes a look back at his career and explores how his first job determined the path he walks down today