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Mauritius: Mozambique operators interested in the management of Rose-Hill Transport buses

The bus company RHT Holding Limited (formerly Rose - Hill Transport Ltd), which just celebrated 60 years of operation last April, attracts some economic operators from Mozambique who recently moved to Mauritius to directly see in the field management of the 98 buses in the fleet mode, as shown in the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.
"The effectiveness of the company attracted attention of operators from Mozambique. They mainly draw inspiration from the fleet of buses and revenue management mode... The transit market is huge. There are approximately 4 million passengers to carry, but the number of buses is not enough", explained Jean Harel Lamvohee, the High Commissioner of Mauritius in the capital Maputo.
As a reminder, since early July RHT Holding Limited decided to strengthen its fleet with the deployment next on the network of 18 bus low floor and ergonomic seats.
The bus company RHT Holding Limited consist within the company some 375 employees.
In 2011, the bus company was the first transport company to equip its fleet of Wifi access for surfing the Internet.
In 2013, RHT Holding Limited transported 10,200,000 passengers on its 14 lines which accommodate on average all the days almost 40,000 passengers.

Fabrice François

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