Eldoret Express Bus Company. The company is owned by a business man known as Mr. Wainaina who saw an investment opportunity in the transport sector and as a result he decided to venture in the transport by branding the buses Eldoret Express. Eldoret Express Is a Shuttle And Bus company that operates from the capital city of Kenya to the Northern and Western parties in the countries. The company is registered as Eldoret Express Company with the operating manager Mr.Joseph Ng’anga. The company offers job opportunities to drivers with experience. Eldoret Express Is One among the Champion on providing superior services to the Northern and Western couties in Kenya. They have a well scheduled services based on daily morning and afternoon departures in all counties.
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Eldoret Express Bus Routes
Nairobi To Nakuru
Nairobi To Kericho
Nairobi To Kisumu
Nairobi To Kakamega
Nairobi To Mumias
Nairobi To Nambale
Eldoret Express Offices & Contact Details For Enquiry
Address: P. O. Box 31651 Ngara Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Phone: +254 20 6766886
The dozens of Eldoret Express buses lying at various yards
The dozens of Eldoret Express buses lying at various yards tell a story of the pain of transport businesses in Kenya. One such yard is located in Juja, Kiambu County. Here, the Scania machines are parked too close to the other to fill the 450-metre perimeter field, and penetrating through is almost impossible.
The management, however, confirmed that it disposed of the vehicles after it became uneconomical to continue operating them, having been on the road for years.
“After functioning for some years, public service vehicles become uneconomical to operate. We dispose of about six vehicles every year,” said Mr Joseph Nganga, the operations manager at the company. To understand the situation better, we ran searches through Google Earth — a site that captures aerial images of places across the globe.
The images showed there were 56 buses occupying a 275m perimeter field (4,664 square-meter area) at Juja yard the last time the site was updated. At the company’s farm in Kiungani, Kitale in Trans Nzoia County, about 80 buses littered the 500-metre perimeter compound (an area of some 14,000 square meters), at the time.
Source: Nairobi News
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