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Connect - Issue 8

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On the 22nd March 2018, CDC Victoria celebrated the official Grand Opening of its newest depot -Wyndham Depot. The Grand Opening higlights a new era for CDC Victoria as we embrace the change of having two depots, the Head office and our Operations and Customer Centre under one roof.
It consolidates CDC Victoria’s commitment to ‘Linking People, Places and Communities’ in the West – an area which is constantly growing and changing with time.

The event was graced by the Minister of Public Transport/ Employment, Jacinta Allan MP, Deputy Mayor of Wyndham Council - Walter Villagonzalo, our Singapore Board of Directors – Mr Lim Jit Poh, Mr Yang Ban Seng and Mr Jimmy Chua. Among our other VIP guests was also Award-winning Director/Actor Rob Sitch – son of the late Charles Sitch, the founding proprietor of Altona Bus Lines in the 1950’s.

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We’re pleased to announce that CDC Victoria has just entered into a contract to acquire Tullamarine Bus Lines Pty Ltd (TBL) - a move that will further strengthen our presence in Victoria.

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Through our parent company ComfortDelGro Corporation, we’re pleased to announce our expansion into the non-emergency patient transportation business through an AUD$30 million acquisition of National Patient Transport Pty Ltd (NPT) - one of the largest private providers of these services in Australia.

Operating in Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia – three states which ComfortDelGro already has a strong presence – NPT offers a range of healthcare transport services to major metropolitan hospital networks including walker, hoist and stretcher transport services and specialist services for high acuity and complex patients. NPT also operates a registered training organisation that is qualified to deliver and assess a range of non-emergency healthcare transport, first aid and resuscitation courses in Australia.

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