02 Dec 2015
Bus operator, Stagecoach has announced a new Assistant Operations Manager for two of its Fife based depots. Graeme Muir, has taken on the position of Assistant Operations Manager, for the company's Aberhill and St Andrews depots.
Originally from Montrose, Graeme began his career in the transport industry with Stagecoach Strathtay in 2008 and was based at the former Montrose Depot. In 2010, he moved to Edinburgh and joined WJC Buses as a driver before returning home to Montrose to work at M W Nicoll as a private hire driver. After a few years of driving, Graeme progressed as an Assistant Transport Manager gaining his International CPC licence in November 2014.
Graeme will primarily be based at the Stagecoach depot in St Andrews, which operates a fleet of 25 buses and around 60 drivers.
Graeme Muir said: "I am excited to be back with Stagecoach and taking on the role of Assistant Operations Manager at both Aberhill and St Andrews depots. I'm settling in and finding my feet and getting to know everyone. It's a great place to start with a friendly bunch of staff!"
Graeme has already been involved in the recent launch of the brand new Plaxton Elite coaches operating from St Andrews to Edinburgh on X58 and X60 routes. The luxury coaches were showcased at two launch events in St Andrews and Kirkcaldy on Friday 13th November. The 12 new vehicles represent a £3.12m investment and are the newest addition to the Stagecoach Express Network serving St Andrews, Leven, Kirkcaldy, Dalgety Bay, Ferrytoll Park & Ride and Edinburgh.