A Black Country coach hire company has expanded due to rising demand.

Greenline Coaches has now purchased three new vehicles. The Stourbridge-based company was supported with £500,000 funding from Santander Business Bank.

Bosses say the cash boost has enabled Greenline to respond to an increasing client base and high demand by purchasing three new coaches.

The coaches are 49-seaters, equipped with air suspension, toilets, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and drinks facilities. Andy Phillips, managing director at Greenline Coaches, said: “Our ethos of putting the customer first has proved to be very successful. It has put our company firmly on the map for great holidays, day tours and private hire in the Black Country. We would like to thank Santander and our customers old and new for supporting the growth of our business.”

Matthew Smith, relationship director at Santander corporate and commercial, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been able to support the team at Greenline Coaches to grow their fleet.”

Taken from Stourbridge Chronicle newspaper.

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