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  • “Transnasional” is still the first and only to introduce adjustable headrest for its newly launched economy express 41 -seater single-deck “Club Class” coach.
  • “Transnasional” is the first in the country to introduce a high capacity economy express with its 69-seater double-dock “Skyview”. Not only it can carry more passengers, its “twin-configuration” seats can be separated to create more shoulder room for each and every passenger on board.
  • The 24-tonne tri-axle coach with its unique design has taken into consideration all aspect of safety for example, an emergency door on the upper deck that is in-line with the hidden ladder placed at the bottom deck, two escape hatches on the roof, a tapered roof design for greater stability, rear entry staircase, and seat belts for certain rows.
  • The 12 units of new “Transnasional Skyview” now serve large number of passengers from Kota Bharu, Kuala Terengganu and Melaka to Kuala Lumpur. This will soon cover Johor Bharu, Butterworth and Alor Setar when additional “Skyview” buses are expected to be ready by August 2008.
  • In terms of product innovation, the new 2007 version of e-ticketing for “Transnasional” is able to place a passenger who prefers to sit beside his/her own gender.


  • All economy express vehicles under various subsidiary companies of Park May Berhad, currently a new subsidiary to KTB, had already being branded as “Plusliner”.
  • The year 2007 basically saw “Plusliner” claiming back its glorious title of the past as the “king of the highway express” with majority of its 60 running buses today are less than a year old and were painted with new liveries symbolizing the “green PLUS highway”.
  • Today, “Plusliner” is the most frequent highway express from Kuala Lumpur to main cities like lpoh, Kuantan, Penang and from Seremban to Johor Baharu.
  • For example, for lpoh — Kuala Lumpur sector, “Plusliner” operates 30 departure times daily from either side as early as 4.30 a.m. “Plusliner” also serves other destinations like Kulim, Alor Setar, Bukit Kayu Hitam, Padang Besar, Lumut (Pangkor), Batu Gajah/ Sen lskandar and following a formal approval from the authority in mid May 2008, Plusliner now extends its express service from lpoh via new Guthrle expressway to Shah Alam and to KLIA/LCCT.
  • “Plusliner” was the first to introduce a unique 14 solo-seater combined with 12 couple-seater arrangement in its 41-seater single deck highway economy express.
  • “Plusliner” was also the first to introduce digital quality entertainment via big screen LCD for its passengers to interact with on-board sms contest while watching movies.
  • Plusliner Sdn Bhd pioneered the repair and maintenance contract with the original chassis manufacturer since the year 2000. Hence the entire fleet is under such scheme from day one.

“Nice” executive coach

  • All executive/luxury coaches under Plusliner Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary company of Park May Berhad, as well as under Transnasional Express Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of KKMB, are both branded as “Nice” executive coaches.
  • “Nice” was one of the firsts in the country to introduce executives coaches with full on-board services hosted by steward/stewardess throughout the journey.
  • A more luxurious sub-brand “Nice++” was further launched in June 2005, the first executive coach in the country with individual LCD screen for its passengers to watch a selection of pre-programmed movie of their choice.
  • “Nice” executive coaches are also the first and only kind in the country with its service pantry located at the front of the coach to give its passengers an “airline” feel, at the same time isolate its passengers from the undesirable frontal traffic noises and view.
  • Today, compared to its competitors “Nice”, is the most frequent executive coach service with 20 departure times daily between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.


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