North East Scotland operator Maynes of Buckie has launched a new black livery and Legacy brand as it looks back over almost eight decades of operation
After 76 years in the business, and five generations of family ownership, Maynes of Buckie says it is are extremely proud of the legacy and history that it has built during three quarters of a century serving the north-east of Scotland. To mark the occasion, the well-respected operator has launched a new brand, complete with new black livery, designed to reflect the heritage of the company, and the black taxis it ran at its inception in 1947.
Maynes Legacy is described by the company as “the pinnacle of the high levels of service and standards that our family have continued to deliver over generations, something that we have been recognised for on a national scale and that has become a key factor in our success over the decades.”
Whilst the coaches may have changed, the standards have not, the company says, and it still aims for to be among the best. “Maynes Legacy is important and meaningful to the company and to our family as it showcases the hard work and dedication of every member of Team Mayne over the years.” the company added. “From the development of our Legacy branding to the selection of our newest vehicles, every detail has been hand-picked to provide a bespoke and premium service that sets the industry benchmark. Simply put, its ‘The Mayne Way’.”
Maynes said that the unveiling of Maynes Legacy is only the first of many developments, with more exciting updates coming in the near future. So far, a number of vehicles have received the branding, including Irizar and Unvi coaches, with new EVM minicoaches also due.