Customer service is a state of mind. We are a straightforward and honest partner and we handle our work with professionalism: valuing our own expertise, but above all, valuing our customers. Our principle is to provide reliable bus services and ensure that our passengers are accompanied by a good travel companion when they board our bus.
Our service concept has been developed with passengers in mind. Competent staff, continuous training and the right attitude are our ways to ensure customer satisfaction.
Pohjolan Liikenne serves its customers with a positive attitude and experience. Near and far. Certainly.
Since 1949, Pohjolan Liikenne has transported its customers from one place to another, on time and safely. Our equipment is in good condition and is constantly renewed. Our modern ServLine service system optimizes maintenance and repair functions. These elements result in the high quality of Pohjolan Liikenne.
- Local transport
- Rural transport
- Local transport: Helsinki Metropolitan Area, Kotka, Imatra, Kuopio, Lohja
- Charter and contract driving
Key figures for 2018
- Net sales EUR 100 million
- Km 33.5 mln.
- 36.2 million passengers
- Staff approx. 1100
- Fleet of about 500 cars
- Locations in 9 locations
Today, caring for the environment and a sense of responsibility are more important than ever. Pohjolan Liikenne's goal is to develop its operations in such a way that the environmental impact is minimized.
We focus on the most important thing in caring for the environment:
- We reduce fuel emissions and consumption
- We always procure low-emission buses, the latest purchases are 30 electric buses in the summer of 2019
- The cars in our depots, which our drivers use to change shifts, are electric cars
- Pohjolan Liikenne has a unique EcoLine system, which offers a modern method for managing fuel consumption
- EcoLine encourages our drivers to drive economically and environmentally friendly. Pohjolan Liikenne annually rewards its most successful drivers.
Oy Pohjolan Liikenne Ab's operations began with foreign trade transports between the port of Petsamo Liinahamari and Rovaniemi railway station during the Second World War in the spring of 1940. The ports of southern and western Finland were closed due to German measures.
Pohjolan Liikenne started bus traffic in 1949. Initially, operations focused on Eastern and Northern Finland and expanded to Southeast Finland in the early 1950s. Over the past 20 years, operations have been systematically developed through acquisitions so that the focus has shifted to southern Finland.
We make history all the time by evolving, expanding and learning.
The promise of quality