Greg Paul NZ Coach Enterprises was established in 1989 by Greg and Jennie Paul. Both Greg and Jennie have extensive experience working in the tourism, bus and coach industry in New Zealand and overseas. At the time of the business’s inception, the need for quality small coaches to transport overseas visitors and locals alike at a comfort level normally reserved for larger coaches was recognised.
With this in mind in 2008 BusTravel NZ was formed when Leopard Coachlines and Greg Paul formed a partnership to supply a broader range of coaches and services within New Zealand.
Bus Travel NZ and Leopard’s Management team is highly experienced in all aspects of administration, human resources, vehicle servicing and repairs, as well as all areas of Passenger Transport.
Greg Paul, Managing Director
Greg is a fully qualified Automotive Engineer of heavy equipment and has had extensive tour driving experience overseas as well as in New Zealand. Greg started his own coach company in 1989 and has built a successful team environment within the company. He is highly regarded within the bus and tourism industries.
Bruce Heberley, General Manager
Bruce spent four years working between New Zealand and Japan, importing vehicles into New Zealand. He took a role as National Sales Manager in New Zealand, then joined Greg Paul Coach Enterprises as Operations Manager, before taking over as General Manager. His leadership and attention to detail ensures that the day-to-day activities of the company flow seamlessly. It is not uncommon to also see Bruce behind the wheel of one of Bus Travel NZ’s coaches.
Brent Early, Managing Director, Leopard Coachlines
Brent is also a fully qualified Automotive Engineer of heavy equipment and has had extensive tour-driving experience. For over 18 years, Brent has been Branch Manager and Managing Director at Leopard Coachlines. He is an innovative leader, with great communication skills and an in-depth understanding of his team. It is not unusual for Brent to attend courses/seminars with his Administration team, in a bid to not only extend his knowledge but also to strengthen ‘Team Leopard’.