New ar­rivals for Queens­land op­er­a­tor

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Queens­land op­er­a­tor Quick­sil­ver has added two new Volvo-Mar­copolo B7R 57-seat coaches to its fleet.

The coaches will be put to good use, trav­el­ling along the Great Bar­rier Reef drive be­tween Cairns and Port Dou­glas.

Quick­sil­ver man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Tony Baker says he is pleased that the or­gan­i­sa­tion is able to of­fer its cus­tomers the com­fort and safety of rid­ing in th­ese brand new coaches.

“Af­ter the suc­cess of our first Volvo coach in early 2016, a sec­ond coach was com­mis­sioned and has com­menced trans­fer­ring our Quick­sil­ver reef cus­tomers along one of Aus­tralia’s most scenic drives in a ve­hi­cle that brings a new stan­dard of qual­ity, safety and tech­nol­ogy to the re­gion,” he says.

The Volvo-Mar­copolo B7Rs have the high­est pos­si­ble cur­rent ex­haust emis­sion con­trols.

“By Euro­pean emis­sion stan­dards, it’s an en­hanced en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly ve­hi­cle (EEV) and ex­ceeds cur­rent stan­dards in Aus­tralia.

“We will con­tinue to in­vest in our prod­ucts and our two sleek Volvo Mar­copolo coaches, high­light­ing our com­mit­ment to the com­fort of our pas­sen­gers and also en­sur­ing we con­tinue to lead in all as­pects of en­vi­ron­men­tal sus­tain­abil­ity and re­duc­ing our car­bon foot­print,” Baker says.

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