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Princess Introduce New Midi Coach

September 2010

Princess Coaches are pleased to announce the arrival of a new coach size to the fleet.

Our luxury midi coach caters for groups of up to 27 passengers with levels of comfort not normally found on this size of vehicle.  MD Pete Brown said "We aim to provide solutions to all of our customers' travel requirements.  The addition of a quality midi coach enables us to achieve this"  

City Champions

August 2010

Princess Coaches' New Arrival

May 2010

May 2010 has seen the arrival of yet another new vehicle.  As part our ongoing fleet replacement, we have added another new Scania Irizar Century.  The new coach features 53 reclining seats with 3-point belts, dark tinted windows, CD/DVD player and as with all of our fleet, full air-conditioning.  In keeping with our commitment to proctect the environment, our latest addition is powered by the most up-to-date Euro 5 low emmision engine.  Since delivery, it has been busy with Private Hires, Corporate Travel and Cruise Transfers.

SAFED Nears Completion

 April 2010

As part or our commitment to driver training, road safety and reducing our carbon footprint, most of our drivers have now successfully completed the one-day SAFED driver training course, with those who have yet to complete the course, eagerly waiting to discover the benefits for themselves.  SAFED, Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving is a training programme set up by the Department for Transport.  The course, run by our two SAFED trainers, Jamie Brown (General Manager) and Richard Matthews (Training Manager), has been used by some or our drivers as part of their drivers' CPC accreditation.

Steve Allen, a Princess driver since 2006 said "SAFED is a good course, which gave me the knowledge to improve my driving skills."  Training Manager, Richard Matthews added, "I am pleased we have commited to this training course and the improvements the drivers have shown.  Through this training we are able to focus our main objective of safer driving which, in turn, will lead to improved CO2 emissions and lower fuel consumption."

On the March to Wembley

March 2010

Sunday 28th March 2010 saw Princess Coaches put their largest ever transportation plan into action for the JPT Cup Final, Carlisle Unitied vs. Southampton FC.  All in all, 97 coaches were supplied to take Saints fans from Fleet, the Town Quay and most predominantly, St Mary's Stadium up to London to visit the awe-inspiring Wembley Stadium.

It was a true spectacle and a wonderful sight for the Princess team to see as the last vehicle pulled out of St Mary's Stadium showing that the hard work had resulted in a seamless operation.  MD, Mr Pete Brown would like to offer his thanks and congratulations to all of his driving team and to the numerous operators that assisted on the day.

Princess Welcome All

February 2010

The drivers and management recently attended the 'Welcome All' training course. 'Welcome All' is a one day training programme which aims to improve the service that we deliver to our customers with disabilities and specific needs.  After successfully achieving this award, the drivers commented that the course had been very informative and has given them improved knowledge and better awareness to help our customers.

Princess Coaches Embraces New Training Initiative

November 2009

Princess Coaches have welcomed the new Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving (SAFED) course for the bus and coach industry.  Initially, SAFED was focused on truck drivers, and later, van drivers to improve road safety and vehicle fuel consumption.  The Department for Transport were keen to transfer this success and develop a training course specifically for bus and coach drivers.  General Manager Jamie Brown and Training Manager Richard Matthews have recently qualified as instructors to deliver SAFED training.  Princess Coaches' Managing Director Pete Brown said "I am delighted with their achievement and look forward to implementing the training course to all our driving staff and management.  I believe this will have a positive impact on both road safety and further reducing our carbon footprint."