IMG Announces Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus As Newest Member

Officials as The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) have announced the acceptance of Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus, of Halifax, Canada, as the newest member of the invitation only network.

“Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus is a leading provider of passenger transportation in Eastern Canada. Beginning in 2005 with 30 employees, the company has grown to three locations on the east coast with 515 employees within Halifax, Nova Scotia; Moncton, New Brunswick; and Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island,” according to a press release. “Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus is the largest family owned and operated motorcoach transportation company in Canada. The group boasts ‘the most diverse fleet in the Maritimes,’ and offers transportation to meet their customers’ unique needs. Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus provides services in the following markets: intercity line run, group charters, multi-day tours, cruise ship shore excursions, municipal transit, and school bus routes.”

“One of the key factors of the transportation industry is the reliance on partners in order to provide the end-service to the customer. For Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus to have the honor to join the IMG Group, and their respected network of operators, it means our partnerships will grow and strengthen as we move forward,” Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus President Matthew Cassidy said.

IMG President Bronwyn Wilson added: “Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus is a wonderful company that expands the IMG footprint into the Atlantic provinces of Canada. It’s a substantial company that shares IMG’s values and will be an outstanding addition to the network.”

IMG was formed in 1998 as a group of independent charter bus rental companies working together to form a North American network of operators that shared a commitment to excellence in customer service, safety, training, and maintenance. Visit

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