The Basque company acquires a vehicle from Integralia with the capacity to transport up to 22 passengers.
Training is key. Many companies are aware of the importance of having a skilled and competent team in a constantly evolving work environment. In a world that moves at breakneck speed, professionals must have the most powerful tools to give the best of themselves on a daily basis.
Zurekin Bus, a Basque company that regularly carries out training activities with its team in order to reinforce people’s skills and its company project, defends this importance of training very well. The company specialises in occasional passenger transport, regular and Special Adapted Transport Service.
The company, created in 2010, has a fleet of minibuses and buses adapted to the needs of sports and cultural groups, companies, congresses, excursions, weddings and school transport. Today Zurekin Bus belongs to the Vectalia Group.
This company has always made a great effort to renew the vehicles it makes available to its customers, and has positioned itself as a modern fleet with a fairly low maximum age of its vehicles. On this occasion, Zurekin Bus has acquired an Integralia T-One XL vehicle with 22 seats adapted for wheelchair passengers with an underfloor platform (PBS), a vehicle configuration that allows it to carry more passengers than the vertical platform.