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Freight driver vacancies remain the most difficult to fill, according to the Freight Transport Association's October Quarterly Transport Activity Survey (QTAS), sponsored by Santander Corporate Banking.

Durham-based European Travel Group is set to purchase a new head office to incorporate its several trading companies and store the group’s coaches, after receiving nearly £900,000 from Santander Corporate & Commercial.

Edwards Coaches has secured a £11.4 million funding package from Santander Corporate & Commercial to assist with the set-up of its recently purchased Avonmouth Depot and to fund 40 additional coaches.

The freight and logistics sector is still suffering a shortage of skilled drivers, according to the Freight Transport Association's July Quarterly Transport Activity Survey (QTAS), sponsored by Santander Corporate Banking.

The 35-staff firm, run by a husband and wife management team, Stephen and Colleen Walker, has already established clients in New York, San Diego and Miami, and is looking to build on this momentum with a renewed push into the world’s biggest food import market.

Stourbridge-based Greenline Coaches Ltd, one of the West Midlands’ leading coach hire companies, has purchased three new coaches to cater for strong demand for its travel services. The firm was supported with £500,000 funding from Santander Business Bank.

Greenline Coaches is a family run business whose ethos is to always put the customer first. The team have many years’ experience in the coach holiday, private hire and day tour sector, which has contributed to the success and growth of the businesses since it was established in 2010.

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