Welcome to Rotala

Rotala is an AIM listed company, whose group companies are in the business of bus, coach and transport management services.

The operations are undertaken by various depots throughout the United Kingdom, but focused on two key areas for local passenger transport.

We believe that Rotala is the second largest operator in its chosen areas of operation, the West Midlands and the South West (Bristol and Bath).

Rotala provides a range of transport solutions, from local bus services under contract to local authorities, to commercial bus routes.

We also operate many VIP corporate transport contracts and integrated workplace transport networks.

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Investor Relations

The following pages contain information useful to current and potential investors of Rotala PLC, as well as the relevant information for compliance with AIM Rule 26.

On 20th February 2007 the London Stock Exchange introduced new rules, including Aim Rule 26, for companies whose shares are traded on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) following a consultation period at the end of 2006.

AIM companies are now required to maintain corporate websites detailing financial and governance information in the interests of disclosure and transparency.

Rotala PLC offer this information freely.

For futher information, please Contact Us.

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Our operations throughout the United Kingdom.

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Latest News

South Lancs Travel bus
Rotala buys South Lancs Travel
Acquisition in Greater Manchester

Rotala makes entry into the Greater Manchester bus market with purchase of Green Triangle Buses Limited, trading as South Lancs Travel

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Karen Lumley MP tries out the new mobile tickets app on our bus
Mobile Ticketing with Diamond

Following the successful trial of our New Mobile App in Worcestershire and on Signature Bus services, we will be launching our Mobile Tickets App fully across the whole West Midlands next week!

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