Nobina wins SL tender in Norrtälje
Nobina has won the tender concerning Norrtälje public bus transport. The tender was organized by the public transport authority in Stockholm, SL, covering bus traffic between primarily Stockholm and Norrtälje comprising 85 buses, out of which 20 are double–decker buses. Traffic operations will start in June, 2011. The current traffic operator is Busslink.
The new traffic contract is worth approximately MSEK 250 in revenue annually over a period of eight years starting on June 24, 2011, with optional extension of two years. The contract combines a fixed compensation with variable compensation depending on the number of travelers.
“We are delighted having been selected for the task of operating and developing traffic between Stockholm and Norrtälje. The new contract is partly based on variable compensation which increases our incentive to attract passengers as part of our assignment to operate the traffic,” says Ragnar Norbäck, CEO and President of Nobina AB.
The contract includes renewal of the bus fleet with a stronger environmental profile. All new buses will offer increased comfort.
For more information, please contact:
Ragnar Norbäck, CEO and President Nobina AB, telephone +46 8 410 650 00
Ingrid Håkanson, IR, telephone +46 8 410 650 51
We simplify people's daily travel. Nobina Sverige is currently responsible for nearly 30 percent of public bus transport in Sweden. The company operates line traffic on contract for clients throughout the country, such as SL, Västtrafik and Skånetrafiken, as well as local contract traffic. Nobina Sverige has approximately 7,000 employees, 2,100 buses and annual sales of about SEK 4.5 billion. Each year, approximately 200 million passengers travel with Nobina Sverige.
The Nobina Group is the largest company in the Nordic region in the area of public transport by bus, and its business concept is to simplify the daily travel of customers. The operations include contractual regional traffic in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark and inter-regional traffic through the subsidiary Swebus. With approximately 260 million passengers annually, Nobina is one of the ten largest passenger transport companies in Northern Europe.