Two new promotions at Damory Coaches

Bournemouth Echo: Two new promotions at Damory Coaches Two new promotions at Damory Coaches

TWO staff have been promoted from a sister company to manage Dorset bus and coach operator Damory Coaches.

The firm’s owner, Go South Coast, picked two key staff from sister companies Morebus and Salisbury Reds to manage the firm.

Adam Keen, who was appointed operations manager for Morebus Poole, Bournemouth and Purbeck in 2012, has worked in the industry since starting as a trainee bus driver in 1998. He will see his responsibility extended to cover the Damory network.

Bob Crutchfield, who started as a bus driver in 1982 and joined Salisbury Reds as staff manager in 2006, is now assistant operations manager.

Andrew Wickham, MD for Go South Coast, said: “The combined experience and enthusiasm will be welcomed as we invest and remain committed to providing a first class service within Dorset. “

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11:21am Wed 2 Apr 14

The Happy Chatterer says...

...yawn........
...yawn........ The Happy Chatterer
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1:14pm Wed 2 Apr 14

herbert says...

A genuine question: If this is newsworthy, can we also expect the Echo to have a report on the very recent Traffic Commissioner public inquiries at which all Go South Coast operating companies' management, including W&D and Damory, were under consideration for disciplinary action?

Surely that would carry a greater public interest value than a story about two internal promotions.
A genuine question: If this is newsworthy, can we also expect the Echo to have a report on the very recent Traffic Commissioner public inquiries at which all Go South Coast operating companies' management, including W&D and Damory, were under consideration for disciplinary action? Surely that would carry a greater public interest value than a story about two internal promotions. herbert
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7:39pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Derf says...

What's there to manage?
Wilts & Dorset / Damory roll out their new rural timetables Monday, most services will be cut from 'once in a blue moon' to 'hardly ever'.
If no buses will be running they won't need anyone to manage them.
What's there to manage? Wilts & Dorset / Damory roll out their new rural timetables Monday, most services will be cut from 'once in a blue moon' to 'hardly ever'. If no buses will be running they won't need anyone to manage them. Derf
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