Go Bus has updated its charter fleet and purchased five new Volvo 9700 and two Scania Irizar coaches. These are the most contemporary buses meeting the strict Euro 5 environmental requirements established in Europe in terms of both emissions and noise levels.
The CEO of Go Bus, Enn Randmaa, says the new coaches will serve clients in Estonia and abroad, as they can be used in both hot and cold climates. “These environmentally friendly coaches meet all contemporary requirements and allow us to provide charter services in all European cities without any restrictions,” he said. “We will focus primarily on the markets of Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania and St Petersburg.”
As Go Bus strives to offer excellent service to its clients, the company also provides in-service training for drivers and refreshes the look of its fleet. In-service training is provided to drivers who work on charter and long-haul trips as well as those working on county routes. The revamped buses and coaches of Go Bus can now be recognised by their blue colour, while the logo on them represents dynamics and being on the road.
In the future, Go Bus wishes to focus on increasing its share of charter services domestically and internationally. “This is the type of transport that the company itself can develop without having to depend on public procurements,” Randmaa explained. “State-subsidised routes are currently restricted in terms of money and the operating radius. Long-haul transport, which works well in Estonia, is also governed by certain rules. When it comes to charter transport, we can move on in great strides and the ambition of Go Bus is to become the best Estonian bus and coach company in this sector.”
2. June 2014