Buzzlines has an enviable track record for meeting corporate contract requirements and will be pleased to bid against any specification for services in South-East England. Such requirements may encompass coach, bus, or smaller vehicle operations and include both regular and occasional commitments.
The company’s excellence in its corporate service profile is underlined by winning and providing the two-coach service that supported the Olympic Flame journey around the UK ahead of the London Olympics, and its award of the Gatwick Diamond award for green transport provision for the Pfizer Headquarters in 2012. Currently, the Company holds prestigious long-term contracts with Unilever for the provision of coach services at its site in Leatherhead, and for the Border Agency in getting UK-based staff to and from Calais port every day. Ongoing contracts are also held for school movements in Kent, and for the transport of children with special needs.
The Company is also a preferred supplier to the Ministry of Defence for troop movements often commissioned at short notice, where we regularly demonstrate our ability to move decisively to gather the resources to support multiple vehicle taskings.
The Company’s commitment to Unilever is especially noteworthy since following the tendering process Unilever’s contracts department advised that ours was the only contract submission they had ever handled to score 100% against their rigorous tender evaluation process.
Buzzlines also enjoys a close working relationship with SAGA and its sister company, Titan, for holidays and tours into Europe. These prestigious national companies attach significant value to Buzzlines’ outstanding record for courteous and efficient service, safety, reliability and operational compliance.
Finally, corporate interests might also like to note that Buzzlines maintains a determined “young fleet” policy for its touring and corporate-representative business. Details of our fleet are to be found here and are well exemplified by the state-of-the-art Irizar coaches deployed with Unilever