Leopards add to line-up as Mayne Coaches heads towards 100-year milestone

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Mayne Coaches is now approaching 100 years in business and has taken delivery of two new Euro6 B8 Plaxton Leopards.

Both are 12.8m 72-seat vehicles that will operate across the UK on private hires, corporate work and day excursions. Headquartered in Marsh House Lane, Warrington, and with a second depot in Manchester, the business has a fleet of 40 vehicles.

Amanda Jackson has been one of the principal driving forces in the company, having joined the business as a young woman and worked her way through the system to become Managing Director.

In her 33 years with Mayne Coaches she has seen many changes as manufacturers have battled to establish dominance in the UK market – but throughout the ebb and flow she has always liked the Plaxton Leopard. She commented: “This is a coach that is robust, hard-working and combines comfort with high capacity. It is a genuine work horse that is reliable and delivers exactly what operators need. Drivers like it, passengers like it and the support team likes it. You can’t do better than that.

About Alexander DennisAlexander Dennis logo

Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) is the UK’s leading bus and coach manufacturer, employing around 2,000 people at facilities in the UK, continental Asia and North America.

The fastest growing bus and coach builder in Western Europe, ADL encompasses three famous and successful marques – Alexander, Dennis and Plaxton.

ADL produces a wide range of innovative and fuel efficient, low floor single and double deck buses, plus a full portfolio of coaches, welfare and mini vehicles.

ADL products offer real operator, passenger and environment benefits, all backed by an unswerving commitment to world class customer support.

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