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Carey Paster Joins NEC as VP, Mergers & Acquisitions Minimize

February 22, 2012  

Warrenville, Ill. National Express Corporation (NEC), the parent company of leading student transportation providers Durham School Services and Stock Transportation, is pleased to announce the appointment of Carey Paster as vice president, mergers and acquisitions. In this newly created role, Carey will be responsible for furthering National Express’ presence in the passenger transport market.
Carey joins NEC with a wealth of experience in the student transportation industry, most recently leading the commercial development efforts for First Group America, where he was responsible for growth strategy across North America. Prior to that role, he served as chief executive officer and president of First Student. Carey also served on the National School Transportation Association Board of Directors and holds an MBA from Northeastern University in Boston.

“I am very pleased to welcome Carey to National Express,” stated David Duke, chief executive officer of NEC. “He is an industry veteran and his expertise will help us continue to grow our business across North America.”

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About National Express Corporation
National Express Corporation is the parent company of Durham School Services in the United States and Stock Transportation in Canada, both leaders in the student transportation industry. Durham and Stock share a strong commitment to their company values of safety, customers, people and community. Together, they operate more than 16,500 school buses and serve more than 350 school districts in 30 states and four provinces.

NEC is the North American subsidiary of National Express Group, PLC, one of the premier transportation firms in the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.nationalexpresscorp.com, or www.stocktransportation.com.www.durhamschoolservices.com
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