Scots bus firm shortlisted for 4 awards at UK transport competitors

A SCOTS unbiased bus operator has introduced that it has been shortlisted for 4 awards on the UK Nationwide Transport Awards 2023. 

McGill’s Group has been nominated for UK Bus Operator of the 12 months, the Exemplary Contribution to Web Zero class and its FlixBus partnership, with its Glasgow – Dundee – Stirling – Perth – Aberdeen route additionally shortlisted within the Finest Bus Service class. 

The Scottish based mostly group has additionally been chosen within the Finest Bus Service class for its new electrical bus SWITCH service which is encouraging extra folks to go away their vehicles at dwelling and utilise low-carbon public transport. 

Since 2021, McGill’s Group has invested greater than £55m into its electrical fleet, putting it within the high three firms within the UK for fleet decarbonisation. 

McGill’s Group is owned by billionaire businessmen Sandy and James Easdale, named in The Sunday Occasions Wealthy Record 2023 and positioned at 126 within the UK wealth record.

Ralph Roberts, CEO of McGill’s Group, mentioned: “Being shortlisted for not one, however 4 UK Nationwide Transport Awards is a outstanding achievement for McGill’s Buses.” 

Sandy Easdale, McGill’s Group director, added: “By the acquisitions of Xplore Dundee from Nationwide Specific and the Scotland East enterprise from First Group, now we have been constructing a formidable operator able to difficult long-established firms.” 

The winners of the Nationwide Transport Awards 2023 can be introduced at an occasion in London on October fifth, 2023.

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