The Capitalflow Team had a great two days at the weekend’s CTTC Bus and Coach Show which took place at Dublin’s RDS Simmonscourt on November 19th and 20th.

The 11th biennial CTTC-Campion Insurance Coach and Bus Show was officially launched recently by Chairperson of the CTTC, John Halpenny and the Show Chairperson, Willie Martin, along with the main sponsor, CEO of Campion Insurance, Jim Campion. The event is a highlight for bus and coach operators and enthusiasts, who travel nationwide for the event.

The theme of this year’s Show was “Sustainable Transport for a Sustainable Ireland” and exhibitors focused on bringing their best-in-class solutions to the business representatives presented around a number of key areas including transport evolution, sustainability, recruitment and retention, succession planning, accessibility and so much more.

Chair of the CTTC, John Halpenny said “It is a great pleasure to launch the Coach and Bus Show this year following the postponement of the event in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The CTTC is very much looking forward to welcoming operators and exhibitors, old and new, from across Ireland, and beyond, to network, connect and succeed over the course of the weekend.”

Speaking at the launch of the Show, Capitaflow Managing Director, Ronan Kelly, said “We are delighted to, once again, support the Coach and Bus Show. We partner with many bus and coach operators nationwide to provide them with finance to help support them in making their fleets more sustainable, and supporting them to make the switch to electric. After waiting two years for the show, due to the pandemic, its been a pleasure to spend the last two days meeting so many new and familiar faces”.

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