Future-proofing your bus fleets with sustainability in mind

In a sector where the call for environmental sustainability grows louder each day, more businesses are considering bus and coach rental to maintain fleet flexibility and plan for the future. Sustainable fleet management Sustainable fleet management is a strategic approach to minimise environmental impact. It involves implementing practices and technologies that reduce fuel consumption, lower […]

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Bus rental vs ownership: Thinking of adding a new bus or coach to your fleet?

If you want to add more busses or coaches to your fleet, the choice between renting and purchasing a bus can impact your operational efficiency and financial health, especially when committing to long-term ownership or leases. While buying might seem like a straightforward investment in your company’s infrastructure, renting a bus offers several benefits which […]

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Welsh operator turns to Asset Alliance Group for bus rental as new service takes off

Tanat Valley Coaches is one of the first bus and coach firms to benefit from Asset Alliance Group’s new rental offering, after taking delivery of a 10.8m Volvo B8RLE MCV eVoRa single decker bus and a 9.7m Alexander Dennis Enviro200 midi-bus. Supplied on three-year rental agreements, the vehicles will be deployed on service routes around […]

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Asset Alliance Group helps Ratho Coaches lead the charge with new electric vehicle

Ratho Coaches has become the first operator in the central belt of Scotland to put an electric coach into service, after taking delivery of a new Yutong TCe12 from Asset Alliance Group. The Edinburgh-based firm added the coach as part of its sustainability drive, and to ensure compliance with the existing Low Emission Zone (LEZ) […]

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Launch of bus and coach rental service as Asset Alliance Group forges ahead with ambitious growth plans

Asset Alliance Group has launched a new bus and coach rental offering to support the specific needs of UK operators, in a move that will significantly expand its market share in the sector. After providing specialist financial solutions for the bus and coach industry for more than 20 years, the company has now invested in […]

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Swanbrook secures Irizar i6 to extend long relationship with Asset Alliance Group

Family-run bus & coach operator, Swanbrook, has taken delivery of a high-end Irizar i6 coach from Asset Alliance Group, strengthening a working relationship that has spanned more than two decades. The Cheltenham firm, now run by the third generation of the Thomas family, added the used 55-seater as part of its fleet renewal programme. Swanbrook […]

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Hollywood-backed Welsh coach firm teams up with Asset Alliance Group for fleet upgrade

Pats Coaches, the firm hired by Wrexham AFC’s Hollywood owners to stage the open-top bus parade following the club’s promotion to the Football League, has turned to Asset Alliance Group to update its fleet. The Wrexham-based business was behind the carefully planned operation that involved commissioning three double-decker buses, wrapping them in National League Champions […]

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Bus and coach sector funding passes £500 million for Asset Alliance Group

Asset Alliance Group’s bus and coach division has reached a major milestone in its history after exceeding £500 million in funding vehicles for the sector. The transport solutions specialist has financed more than 2,500 buses and coaches since Forest Asset Finance was acquired by Asset Alliance Group in 2015. Spearheaded by founding directors, Michael Bycroft […]

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Celtic Travel returns to Asset Alliance Group to help upgrade its fleet

One of the largest independent coach operators in mid-Wales, Celtic Travel, has strengthened its relationship with Asset Alliance Group, to finance a further three new vehicles. The public transport operator has acquired a 12.8m Volvo B8R Plaxton Panther 3 on a hire purchase deal. PSVAR-compliant, the 53-seater will be used for private hire in Wales and across the UK. Asset […]

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