JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM - As a form of concern for drivers who have an important role in the company's operational activities, transportation company Bluebird provides transportation facilities for Eid al-Fitr homecoming travel and return to more than 3000 of its drivers returning to Jakarta after celebrating Eid with family and relatives in their hometown.
Eid al-Fitr is a religious moment that has very important meaning for Muslims. After a month of fasting for Ramadan, many Muslims conduct homecoming travel to celebrate Eid and celebrate with relatives in their hometowns.
Regarding the current traffic density and the high cost of travel due to the increase in ticket prices, Bluebird deployed no less than 100 bus unit vehicles to help return the drivers who had just finished celebrating Eid in their hometown to return to Jakarta.
One hundred vehicles deployed by Bluebird facilitate the return of drivers from cities such as Indramayu, Tegal, Pekalongan, Purwokerto, Pemalang, Kebumen, Bumiayu, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Solo, Madiun, Pasuruan, and Surabaya.
PT Blue Bird Tbk. Marketing Director Amelia Nasution said this program was one of the company's tangible forms of appreciating drivers, who had been providing maximum service to the community, especially Bluebird loyal customers. "This Lebaran moment was the right time for the company which this time provided services to the Bluebird driver," he said, Jakarta, Wednesday (12/6).
The company's move to facilitate the return of drivers who had just finished widening in their hometowns was inseparable from the attention and commitment of the company to always carry out programs or activities that provide benefits and added value to employees, especially drivers. "
Amelia added that Bluebird continues to deliver programs that provide benefits and added value to drivers, such as housing loan financing programs for employees / drivers that are implemented in collaboration with BTN, vehicle ownership programs after a certain period, provision of facilities and health services, to the Bluebird Kartini program that provides skill sessions to the driver's wives so they can support their families financially.
One of the Bluebird drivers who participated in the backflow program, Zainal, expressed his appreciation for the transportation facilities provided by the company. "The assistance that has been given is not only very easy for the drivers, but more fundamentally is the amount of attention and commitment of the company to our welfare as the Bluebird driver." Zainal closed.