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Blanch’s Bus Company and Brunswick Valley Coaches officially rebrand as CDC NSW

CDC has announced the two NSW operators previously acquired by the operator will officially don the orange and blue logo as part of the CDC family

Multi-national transport operator ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia (CDC) NSW has announced that two NSW operators have officially rebranded under the CDC umbrella.

In April 2019, CDC acquired both Blanch’s Bus Company and Brunswick Valley Coaches, with a fleet of 49 buses in the Northern Rivers region of NSW.

Now, nearly five years after the acquisitions, the two operators have rebranded as CDC NSW.

“These companies are part of the ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia family and we’re excited to see these buses on the road featuring our bright orange and blue logo,” CDC says in a LinkedIn release.

“Bookmark the new website with timetables and maps for our services on the far north coast.”

The acquisitions formed another part of CDC’s growth in Australia since starting in the nation in 2005 as an operator.

It now delivers transport solutions to metro and rural communities across NSW, Victoria, Queensland, the Northern Territory, the ACT and WA.

Following the acquisition of Blanch’s Bus Company and Brunswick Valley Coaches in 2019, CDC went on to continue its Region 4 contract in NSW.

It also formed a joint venture with Red Bus Services to run the Outer Metro Central Coast Region 7 contract, with the contract set to commence in July this year.

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