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Boreal Transport Ltd has extensive experience with touring. Boreal Transport, is the former Veolia Transport, and has its origins from a number of coach companies that have been leaders in their field for a long period of time, Haga Coach holidays, Overland, Sola route and S.O.T. Solo. Besides safety, protecting the environment is a priority for us, and we are always striving to abide to absolutely all environmental requirements. Taking a bus ride is perhaps the most environmentally friendly way to travel today.

Our headquarters are in Revheim, just outside Stavanger. We have many talented collaborators, but as our customer, you can relate to only one operator. It makes both transport and administration very effective.

Many will travel with us. Both assignments and destinations are very different. We transport people in the public and private sectors to academic conferences or motivational courses, members of associations and clubs to matches or concerts. Boreal Transport provides transportation to the biggest events, in addition to our many trips abroad.

Welcome aboard - all our buses have air conditioning, refrigerator, toilet, stereo / DVD / video and a hot drinks machine. Some buses even have its own restaurant section. (Double-deckers) where there are in addition a freezer and microwave. Sizes range from 16 to 80 seats. The goal is for all customers to take a bus to the required standard and facilities. We can give you advice on which bus type is suitable for your transportation needs.

Experienced host. Continuous product development ensures that we always offer modern solutions. The promise is comfort in buses, great flexibility in the missions and a host who is keen to put everything in order for customers. And it's not just drivers who have a long history. We can also provide experienced guides. Boreal Transport Ltd guarantees quality in all aspects.

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