A BUS company has unveiled two new vehicles in its fleet in order to take the comfort of customers "to a new level".

Go Ahead Group, which owns Damory, has unveiled two brand new coaches to join its fleet in Dorset. The bus and coach operator provides services for a number of different purposes - including private hire, tours, airport transfers and corporate shuttles.

The company has invested more than £500,000 in order to offer enhanced comfort for those travelling with its team in the region, and further afield.

Damory area manager Adam Keen, is pleased with the new facilities available with customers.

He said: “These new 12.6 metre Volvo B11R Plaxton Elite coaches represent a significant investment for us.

“The coachwork is British-built, whilst the proven Swedish Volvo product offers the very latest Euro 6 engine - which is exceptionally green."

Mr Keen unveiled the new coaches at Kingston Maurward College near Dorchester.

He added: “We wanted to take our customers’ comfort to a whole new level and we’re delighted with these coaches - which have been designed and built to our own specification.

“They each include a toilet and washroom, a serving area with hot and cold water, a twin flatscreen DVD player, a premium audio system, air conditioning, reclining seats with adjustable headrests, bespoke carpets and seat trim which provides an airy, yet inviting, ambience.

“We’re very much looking forward to providing our customers with an exceptional travel experience in these two new additions over the coming weeks and months.”

Damory runs the 40 service from Bridport to Yeovil, stopping in Beaminster and Crewkerne, as well as the 44 bus from Bridport to West Bay.

The company also runs the 210 which runs from Bridport to Litton Cheney, via Walditch and Puncknowle.

For information about the company, please visit damory.co.uk