Stock Transportation

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Stock Transportation
Stock Transportation logo.svg
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Stock bus seen at the Kitchener, Ontario Empire Theatres cinema
Slogan On the Journey of Learning
Parent National Express
Founded 1979
Headquarters 25 Millard Ave. W.
Newmarket, Ontario
Service area Nova Scotia, Ontario
Service type school bus

Stock Transportation is a Canadian school bus contractor based in Markham, Ontario. The company provides student transportation services for 28 school districts in Ontario, Nova Scotia and Alberta.

Stock Transportation was founded in 1958 by Jeff and Jerry Stock. The "Stock Brothers" quickly gained a reputation for safety and punctuality in the industry. Their quality reputation allowed them to expand their brand within Ontario. In July 2002 Stock Transportation was acquired by National Express. [1][2] That year a number of strategic acquisitions were made such as the purchase of Deluxe Coach Lines and Alouette Bus Lines of North Bay.

The Customer Service Center in North Bay services approximately 100 home to school bus routes while maintaining a robust charter service. All of their busses are equipped with Zonar GPS technology which enables their staff to observe real-time the position of all of their bus fleet. This system also supports key performance indicators such as technology-confirmed child checks, speed violations, pre-trip inspections and others.



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