Walsall-based JKT International has introduced a new Plaxton Leopard to it growing fleet of modern vehicles.
The company, which specialises in group coach travel for schools, clubs, societies and tour work in the UK and Europe, is a family-run business and has been an integral part of the West Midlands transport scene for almost 50 years.
Company Director Jawed Akhtar commented: "We pride ourselves in running a state-of-the-art fleet that offers something for every occasion. We have 16, 20, 32, 49, 53 and 70-seat vehicles, plus our new 12.8m 72-seat B8R Leopard.
"It has a ZF automatic transmission, three-point safety belts, USB charging points, air conditioning, reversing cameras and gulf-wing mirrors, all of which endorses our philosophy of providing stylish vehicles that combine a quality, luxury finish with best-in-class performance.
"As a business we deal with clubs, societies and organisations of all types and sizes. We provide home to school services, support educational visits, corporate business events, weddings, day trips and theme park excursions, so we need a wide variety of vehicles that are flexible and can tackle multiple tasks.
"The new Leopard adds another dimension and we are delighted to have it as part of our fleet operations."
Manager Ghulam Farid (right) shakes hands with ADL’s Lee Salt at the handover of the new Plaxton Leopard to JKT International.