The Rotterdam transport company Maasstad won the first parcel of student transport in Drechtsteden for the municipalities of Barendrecht, Hoeksche Waard, Capelle aan den IJssel, Nissewaard, Ridderkerk and Rotterdam. Passenger transport Central Netherlands and Stam can get to work with the other lots. The total tender was divided into four lots and concerns student transport in the municipalities of Alblasserdam, Dordrecht, Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, Molenlanden, Papendrecht, Sliedrecht and Zwijndrecht, and youth care transport in the entire South Holland region. The three carriers will control the transport until 2025.
Maasstad Directing Central enables people to enlarge their world. Customers and employees appreciate the company because the company was awarded an 8.0 for its service in the most recent KTO & MTO. A surprising new player in the public procurement market whose name we see more often. In 2004 the founders Harun and Ejder Yildiz van Maasstad Regie Centrale started as self-employed without staff within a large transport organization that is active in the wider region around Rotterdam.
From the start, the focus has been on so-called contract transport, today target group transport. The economic consideration of wanting to execute contracts that can be calculated well in advance has not been the main motivation for this originally family business of the two brothers. Money has not been the driving force behind the sometimes turbulent growth the company has experienced. Satisfaction and a bit of pride are things that motivate. They come from the credit for doing a job as well as possible and not wanting the customer to complain because he or she isn't getting what is expected. The growth was actually caused by the possibilities on the path, to fill in assignments that others did not find interesting enough.
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MRC plans and drives WMO transport, student transport and patient transport on behalf of clients, in short, target group transport. The entirely organic growth was the result of operational excellence in the execution of assignments. The use of environmentally friendly vehicles for all contracts after 2025 is an ambition that stems from our own intrinsic motivation and social commitment, not just from the client's requirement. By deploying smart techniques and continuous innovation at its control center, Maasstad Regie Centrale (MRC) is working on the future like no other. The planning software that is used for this comes from the Eindhovense Pitane Mobility, which guarantees the automation of several transport centers in Rotterdam.
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