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£1¼ MILLION INVESTMENT BRINGS FIVE NEW COACHES FOR EYMS

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Hull-based bus and coach operator EYMS Group has just taken delivery of five new coaches in an investment worth almost £1¼ million.

Two are luxury touring coaches with one going into the East Yorkshire Coaches fleet at Hull and the other delivered to Whittle Coaches, the EYMS subsidiary in Kidderminster,.

The other three are for the dedicated seven-coach fleet which East Yorkshire operates from its depot in Hull on the national long distance route network on contract to National Express.

The two touring coaches, which will be used on coach holidays and private hire at both East Yorkshire and Whittles, are to a very high specification, including full air conditioning, toilet and washroom, reclining seats, 3-point seat belts, DVD systems and extensive luggage accommodation.

EYMS is one of the few remaining larger operators which run coaches as well as buses, with 46 coaches forming a significant part of the Group’s 400-strong fleet.

EYMS chairman Peter Shipp said “While times are very tough in the bus and coach industry we are still trying our best to update our fleets whenever we can and in a competitive market it is vital that we keep the coach fleet up to date. We have recently launched our East Yorkshire and Whittles 2013 coach holiday programmes and the new coaches will be mainly used on these although they can be hired for private parties. All five coaches are replacements and we have also taken the opportunity to transfer to general coaching duties the three displaced National Express coaches which are only four years old, thus further improving our private hire fleets”

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The two frontline coaches are based on the Volvo B9R chassis and have ‘Elite’ 53 seat bodywork manufactured by Plaxtons in Scarborough

The three National Express coaches are also on the Volvo B9R chassis with Caetano 49 seat bodywork to standard National Express specification.

 

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