29th March 2017

Bus operator Stagecoach has completed the commercial team recruitment by appointing a new manager for its East Scotland bus operations. Scott Hall, has taken on the role of Commercial Manager, Stagecoach East Scotland from 20 March 2017.

Stagecoach East Scotland provides local bus services across Fife, Perth, Strathtay and into Edinburgh and Glasgow.  It has over 1300 employees and a fleet of around 520 buses and coaches.

Scott joined the company in 2004 within the commercial department but moved to a driver role after 3 years.  He was later promoted to Supervisor and worked at both Cowdenbeath and Dunfermline depots, as well as being seconded to London for the Olympics in 2012.  On his return Scott joined the Staff development programme to complete his training as an Assistant Operations Manager (AOM) and most recently enjoyed roles as an AOM in Inverness and Dunfermline.

Scott Hall said:  \"I\'m delighted to begin my new role and look forward to working closely with all other departments across East Scotland, using my operational experience to manage and maintain an effective network of services.\"

Scott will be based at the Stagecoach East Scotland head office in his home town of Dunfermline.

The company has also announced the movement of Assistant Operations Manager Graeme Muir from Stagecoach\'s St Andrews and Aberhill depots, to fill the vacancy at Dunfermline depot caused by Scott\'s promotion.

Graeme has been an Assistant Operations Manager with Stagecoach for 15 months and moves to Dunfermline after being involved in St Andrews depot\'s achievement in being awarded the UK\'s top national depot at the UK Bus Awards late last year.

Graeme will be based at the Stagecoach depot in Dunfermline, which operates a fleet of 90 vehicles and over 200 drivers.

More information on Stagecoach East Scotland is available at


Stagecoach East Scotland

Stagecoach UK Bus is part of the Stagecoach Group and is one of the largest bus operators in the UK, operating express and local bus services across the country.

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