CTTC Annual General Meeting 2024 to take place in Limerick

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    The 2024 AGM will see members nationwide meet at the Strand Hotel, Limerick 

    The Coach Tourism & Transport Council of Ireland (CTTC), the representative body for commercial bus/coach operators in the country, is set to convene its 2024 Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Strand Hotel, Limerick on 1st March.

    Guest speakers at the event will include Minister of State at the Department of Housing, Local Government, and Heritage, Kieran O’Donnell T.D., and Billy Kelleher, Member of the European Parliament for Ireland South. Members will avail of the opportunity to gain insights into the government’s objectives regarding the expansion of public transport as well as transport issues from a European perspective.

    Industry partners and AGM sponsors Campion Insurance, Daimler Bus, and Zenobe, founded in 2017, and offers a range of services to help bus and coach operators switch to electric fleets will all be in attendance.

    The meeting provides an opportunity for members to discuss various pivotal issues affecting the industry as well as exploring the important role that commercial bus and coach operators will play in assisting the government in achieving its net-zero targets.

    Speaking in advance of the meeting, CTTC Chairperson, Willie Martin (pictured) said “the gathering will provide a valuable platform for us to collectively address crucial industry matters and collaborate towards a sustainable future for commercial coach and bus operators in Ireland.”

    “I am delighted that we will be joined by Minister O’Donnell and MEP Kelleher to engage with them on both national and European transport policy as well as their respective roles both in government here in Ireland and in the European Parliament”.

    “The AGM not only serves as a vital forum for addressing industry-specific issues but also stands as a key networking and social event for members from across the country. I look forward to welcoming them all to Limerick” Mr. Martin concluded.