Entrada drives deeper into Australia with Greyhound buy

Entrada drives deeper into Australia with Greyhound buy
Entrada chief John Thorburn (right) is excited to house a new Greyhound. (Image: Entrada)
Paul McBeth
Entrada Travel Group is operating the biggest land-based transport companies on both sides of the Tasman after buying Greyhound Australia as it looks to take advantage of the return of international tourists. The New Zealand firm, which operates the InterCity bus service, will add about 70 coaches to its fleet with the Greyhound acquisition and plans to accelerate the Australian firm’s replacement programme as the pace of international arrivals picks up. Entrada didn’t disclose the sale price, although chief executive...

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