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Local travel company expands mini-bus fleet

Local travel company expands mini-bus fleet

Local transportation company Larryta signed a purchase agreement for 12 mini-buses yesterday, effectively doubling the size of its fleet in what its executives said was a response to increasing demand for mini-bus services in the Kingdom.

“People are now benefitting from greater income and opt for services that are more comfortable and professional,” said Moeun Sambath, general manager of Larryta.

With the 12 new Ford mini-buses, the company now operates 30 vehicles, serving destinations such as Siem Reap, Poipet and Sihanoukville.

About 80 per cent of Larryta’s customer base is Cambodian, according to Sambath.

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