During this time of unprecedented action, Bus.com is committed to leveraging our technology, teams, and bus partners across North America to help out in any way we can.”
MONTREAL (PRWEB) March 23, 2020
Group transportation provider Bus.com is leveraging its network of chartered buses across North America in response to the COVID-19 crisis. This initiative follows the company’s announcement of preventative measures that have been put into place to responsibly serve groups and services that require transport during this time, such as the ability to run buses at half-capacity and a strict disinfectant protocol.
With airline travel heavily restricted and the careful transportation of essential personnel and goods more important than ever, Bus.com is open to working with various organizations to set up cross-border protocols to help local, state, and federal governments deploy temporary bus routes to facilitate the return of Canadian or US citizens to their country of origin.
Bus.com is also well-positioned to work with other contacts who may require special assistance at this time, such as corporations or retirement homes, to provide shuttle services for essential workers who require transportation to their workplace.
Furthermore, as more and more people turn to online shopping for daily essential items, Bus.com is offering support to the overloaded supply chains of e-commerce companies through the transport of supply-based employees and the delivery of goods via charter buses.
Bus.com vehicles are also available to serve as mobile testing units for medical professionals and government health officials.
“During this time of unprecedented action, Bus.com is committed to leveraging our technology, teams, and bus partners across North America to help out in any way we can,” says Wolf Kohlberg, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Bus.com.
Any companies or organizations who are looking to arrange transportation can reach out to Ash Molaei, VP Partnerships Bus.com, at email@example.com.
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