THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – Kasper Wabinski says the key to success is working hard and planning for the future. Kasper Mini Bus has taken an aggressive and positive approach to growing the business across Northwestern Ontario. While some companies are shrinking their operations in our region in terms of bus transportation, Kasper Mini Bus is adding new Mercedes Benz Sprinter Buses to their line.
Moose Bumpers and Extra Lights for Safety
There are two of the new buses currently getting set up to add to the fleet. The additions to the Kasper line include safety features, including Moose Bumpers, likely something the people back at Mercedes never thought of adding. They are also getting a made in Thunder Bay air suspension addition that makes riding the Kasper Mini-Bus extra comfortable.
Wabinski also shares that the company has expanded operations in the city moving to a new headquarters on Memorial Drive right across the street from KIA Performance and beside Value Village.
The company is also about putting back into the community. Over the past several months, Kasper Mini Bus has been stepping up to support the Vale Community Council providing transportation to events around the community. Recently the VCC and Kasper Mini Bus teamed up to take a group of students to Lakehead University for a tour. The opportunities are something that Wabinski says are great ways to show support for the future.
Kasper Mini Bus is also looking to expand the routes that they serve across the region. Right now there is daily service to Sioux Lookout, but Wabinski shares that the company is growing the routes to include Nipigon, Geraldton, and Longlac.
The goal is offering value, safety and comfort to the passengers.
For more information visit www.gokasper.com