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Address: Ajase Ipo Road, Ilorin, Kwara State.

Telephone :
E-Mail: info@kwaraexpress.com
Website: www.kwaraexpress.com

 

Harmony Transport Services Limited

With about 30 years experience in the field, Harmony Transport Services Ltd aka "Kwara Express" (formerly Kwara State Transport Corporation) operates and co-ordinates effectively and efficiently, all forms of motor transportation services of passengers and goods within and outside Kwara State.

A clear departure from other government owned transportation services, Kwara Express is run professionally and efficiently, thereby guaranteeing excellent services to its customers. Well-maintained fleet of vehicles, constant re-education and re-training of drivers, tracking and monitoring devices (such as close circuit monitoring device), the biggest and most well equipped mechanical workshop in Nigeria, are some hallmarks of Kwara Express which marks it out as one of the safest means of road transportation in Nigeria.

Conservative, but reliable, Kwara Express boasts of a heritage of consistency and politeness, which continues to make it the means of transportation of choice. In 2012, the Corporation accounted for an average of 366,000 passengers (with an average of 30,500 passengers per month).

As a Company that is always desirous of improving on its services, Kwara Express is currently undergoing a rebranding and re-engineering process under the leadership of Harmony Holdings Limited, which envisages opening of modernized terminals and comfortable, secure lounges across more cities in the Federation. Part of the process is the registration of the Corporation as a Limited Liability Company, extension of services to the West Africa sub-region and automation of the ticketing system.

The Company has recently acquired 42 brand new buses to augment its operations.

Kwara Express Head Office and flagship loading terminal is located at Offa Road Ilorin, Kwara State, while it currently operates on 21 interstate and 13 intra- state routes across Nigeria.