Infratil's NZ Bus wins $14.8 mln Bay of Plenty contracts

Rebecca Howard
Mon, 09 Apr 2018

By Rebecca Howard April 9 (BusinessDesk) - Infratil-owned NZ Bus will displace four other operators after a successful bid for new contracts in Bay of Plenty worth an annual $14.8 million, having lost ground in its mainstay markets of Auckland and Wellington.  NZ Bus will operate the new and improved network once the current contracts held by Go Bus, Reesby Rotorua Ltd, Bethlehem Coachlines and Uzabus expire in December this year, the Bay of Plenty Regional Council said in a statement.  The new contract is more expensive than council's...

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