New York, New Jersey Operations Do A Mega-Merge

Posted on November 15, 2018
Jeff Nyikos is the new CEO of Leros Point to Point and Royal Coachman Worldwide. (LCT file photo)

Jeff Nyikos is the new CEO of Leros Point to Point and Royal Coachman Worldwide. (LCT file photo)

Two of the largest chauffeured ground transportation companies in the Eastern U.S. announced Nov. 15 they joined forces.

Leros Point to Point of Valhalla, N.Y., and Royal Coachman Worldwide of Denville, N.J. will continue to operate in their current locations. The addition of Royal Coachman Worldwide allows Leros Point to Point to strengthen its New Jersey operations.

“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, the new CEO of 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.”

Together the companies bring more than 85 years of ground transportation experience and will operate a diversified fleet of over 350 vehicles within the New York tri-state area consisting of sedans, SUVs, vans, mini-buses, and full-size motorcoaches.

The combination will create a competitive organization positioned for greater growth and with the financial strength to better manage market challenges and weather economic volatility. The winning combination of joint resources will allow both companies to provide a more flexible and efficient customer service model.

“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,” said Jon Epstein, President of Royal Coachman Worldwide.

Information: Leros Point to Point (800) 825-3767 / LerosLimo.com; Royal Coachman Worldwide (800) 472-7433 / RoyalCoachman.com

About Leros Point to Point
Since 1983, LEROS has been family owned and operated. LEROS’ beginning was similar to any other small start-up a few energetic people coming together with a passion and a vision. Since then, LEROS has grown into a leading provider of global executive chauffeured services with their corporate headquarters located in Valhalla, N.Y. What makes LEROS different is Its commitment to the VIP: Value, Infrastructure, and People. This unbeatable combination makes LEROS a great one-stop solution for traveling executives. Leros’ international network covers more than 770 cities in the North America, Europe, South America, Asia, and Australia.

About Royal Coachman Worldwide
Royal Coachman Worldwide, a family owned and operated business since 1969, has grown from a two car, three driver operation into one of the leading ground transportation companies in the world. Headquartered in Denville, N.J., Royal Coachman Worldwide continues to grow and prosper with an expansive list of clients, a loyal staff of more than 200 employees and a meticulously maintained fleet of more than 150 vehicles servicing clients in New Jersey and the surrounding areas.

Source: Leros Point To Point press release

Related Topics: business deals, Jeff Nyikos, Jon Epstein, Leros Point to Point, mergers & acquisitions, New Jersey operators, New York operators, Royal Coachman Worldwide

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