GPT records sig­nif­i­cant growth in busi­ness

The Gulf Today - Business - - UAE -

DUBAI: Gulf Pin­na­cle Trans­port (GPT), one of the lead­ing school bus trans­port providers in the UAE, has posted sig­ni­icant Growth In Its irst year of op­er­a­tions. GPT’S hum­ble be­gin­ning was with three school con­tracts in Dubai and to­day the Com­pany serves 12 sat­is­fied schools across Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Shar­jah, which is an un­prece­dented ACHIEVE­MENT In THE very irst year of op­er­a­tions. The com­pany, how­ever, ex­pects to main­tain this growth trend for the years to come.

“We see an enor­mous po­ten­tial in school bus trans­port busi­ness and that’s the rea­son we es­tab­lished Gulf Pin­na­cle Trans­port last year with a team of ex­pe­ri­enced pro­fes­sion­als AND A new leet of Buses AF­TER An In­depth study of the school bus trans­porta­tion in­dus­try in the Emi­rates,” said Shailesh Dash, Chair­man of Gulf Pin­na­cle Lo­gis­tics — the par­ent com­pany of Gulf Pin­na­cle Trans­port.

Dubai’s school trans­port wit­nessed a rapid growth where school trans­port trips ex­ceeded 81,000 per hour in 2016 and are set to reach 115,000 trips per hour by 2020, and 176,000 trips per hour by 2030, ac­cord­ing to RTA.

Gulf Pin­na­cle Lo­gis­tics launched Gulf Pin­na­cle Trans­port in Au­gust 2016 with A leet of 25 Buses AND trans­port con­tract of three schools, the Chair­man said, adding: “Now we have 215 buses and the num­ber of schools also have grown to 12 schools in a short span of time. We are proud that we have gained the trust of the par­ents by pro­vid­ing qual­ity and safe trans­porta­tion ser­vices to their chil­dren.”

Ganesh Si­vara­man, Se­nior Vice Pres­i­dent, Gulf Pin­na­cle Trans­port, said: “Safety of chil­dren is our top pri­or­ity and we safely trans­port nearly 6,000 stu­dents ev­ery day. We recog­nise that ev­ery child mat­ters to the school and safety is for ev­ery pas­sen­ger. We have the abil­ity to pos­i­tively im­pact each stu­dent’s day, so they ar­rive at school ready to learn and be in­spired. It’s some­thing we’re com­mit­ted to do­ing ev­ery sin­gle day.”

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