One of the double-decker bus own by SKS
SKS will buy more NGV Buses this year.It would help them to reduce the operating cost and become the environmental friendly company. Read the full news from Bernama below.
SKS INVESTS RM8.4 MILLION TO BUY 14 NGV BUSES.
Sistem Kenderaan Seremban- Kuala Lumpur Sdn Bhd (SKS) will invest RM8.4 million to buy 14 buses using natural gas for vehicles (NGV) this year.
Its manager, Rosli Ramlan, said eight NGV buses started operating this month and the other six were under assembly and would be ready in stages.
“Before this, 11 NGV buses were in operation since May last year. In addition to being environment-friendly, the buses would help reduce operating costs,” he told a media briefing here today (18 june).
He said the increase in the number of buses would help the company offer better services to passengers.
Rosli said the company aimed to use only NGV buses by 2011.
SKS, a unit of Nadi Corp Holdings Sdn Bhd, operates the Seremban-Kuala Lumpur-Seremban route using the North-South Expressway since 1977.
It also operates the Seremban-Ipoh-Seremban, Seremban-Kuala Pilah-Seremban, Seremban-Tanjung Malim-Ipoh-Seremban, Kuala Lumpur-Tanjung Malim-Kuala Lumpur, Seremban-Muar-Batu Pahat-Seremban and Seremban-Air Hitam-Johor Baharu-Kota Tinggi-Seremban routes.
Currently, the company has 69 buses, including eight double-decker. It has 80 workers.