BARRIE, ON, Jan. 19, 2012 /CNW/ - Barrie's Sinton Transportation company says growth in Simcoe means more jobs in the area as the company expands to meet the region's transportation needs.
Provincial Infrastructure minister Bob Chiarelli has outlined a plan for the future growth of Simcoe that Sinton spokesperson Barb Sinton says makes sense and will make Simcoe an even better place to live.
"We currently have a fleet of over 400 school buses, vans, highway coaches and limousines and a staff of more than 450 people: both are going to increase in response to the planned growth of Simcoe, Barrie and Orillia," says spokesperson Barb Sinton.
"We carry more than 12,000 people a day and our main office in Barrie is the hub for our operations. We are looking forward to responding to the planned and managed growth that the province envisions coming to Simcoe over the next few years," she adds.
Sinton also operates satellite yards in Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, Newmarket and Crown Hill and is a community minded company that supports causes as the Heart & Stroke Big Bike Ride and the Simcoe Muskoka Cancer Care Centre.
For further information:
Barb Sinton or Floyd Sinton 705-721-1305