In November, Leros Point-to-Point announced the acquisition of Royal Coachman Worldwide. Royal Coachman will continue to operate out of its Denville, N.J. facility, but combining fleets and personnel will allow Leros Point-to-Point to strengthen its current New Jersey operations.

“We’re very excited about the acquisition. Jon Epstein and Amy O’Rourke have done a great job building an excellent team that provides the highest level of ground transportation services,” said Jeff Nyikos, CEO of both Leros Point to Point and Royal Coachman Worldwide. “We could not have picked a better company and feel all of our clients will really benefit from our two teams merging together.”

With more than 85 years of combined ground transportation experience, the companies will operate a diverse fleet of 350-plus vehicles in the New York tri-state area, consisting of sedans, SUVs, vans, minibuses, and full-size motorcoaches. The combination of Leros and Royal Coachman will create an extremely competitive organization positioned for greater growth, and with the financial strength to better manage market challenges and weather economic volatility.

According to Jon Epstein, President of Royal Coachman Worldwide, “Leros Point to Point has demonstrated itself to be one of the leading chauffeured ground transportation companies worldwide, and Amy and I couldn’t think of a better home for the business our family has built over the past 50 years.”

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