History Of BusPro

Bus Rental Company in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong BUSPRO provides tourist bus services to customers. It is a non-franchised bus company in Hong Kong that provides reliable, simple and convenient tourist bus rental services. It is also the only one in Hong Kong that has monthly themed posters and monthly update magazines(Blog). Local tour bus rental company. Our parent company is: Kinson Transportation Co., Ltd, which was founded by Hong Kong in 1980.
Its body is characterized by a white background color, and a horizontal pattern (“Airplane Pattern”) with green and light colors as the main tone. It is a popular tourist bus body pattern in the early 1970s and has been used today.

Airplane Pattern
Airplane Pattern

1981-1990s

Kinson Transportation Company was formally established in 1980. At that time, the vehicle was operated by only one Ford single-deck coach with Huang Ming body (commonly known as “single head car”), license plate CM788, 50 seats, 3+ 2 The seats are arranged, and the main force is to walk the factory cars of Radar electronics factory and the YARN factory in Lei Yue Men Industrial Village. The shifts are 07:00 back to the factory, 15:00 back to the factory and 22:00 to release the factory. It is usually done by only one driver.

1970s Huang Ming bus body

By 1986, the main service was the shuttle service for the Tai Mei Tuk Dam site. The fleet range also began to increase to 6 Ford 50-seater buses and 1 Nissan’s 17-seat private minibus.

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Tai Mei Tuk Dam
Tai Mei Tuk Dam

1991–2000s

In the early 1990s, Kinson also served the Tai Po Yongnan Food and Kangli Electronics Factory. However, with the development of Hong Kong’s population, the British Hong Kong government set out to develop the new town of Tin Shui Wai.


Tin Shui Wai
Tin Shui Wai

We followed the trend to develop northwestern Hong Kong. At that time, the demand for school buses in many primary and secondary schools in Tin Shui Wai increased, and the number of school children in Hong Kong was also very high. Therefore, Jianxun was able to lay a foundation here in the early 1990s and has been entrenched in the northwestern New Territories until now. At that time, the primary and secondary schools served by the firm included 1.Queen Elizabeth Old Students’ Association Primary School, 2.Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Yao Dazhi Memorial Primary School (Yuen Long), 3.Hong Kong Management Association Lo Kwai Cheung Secondary School, 4.Tin Shui Wai Catholic Primary School, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Li Donghai Primary School, etc.

Queen Elizabeth Old Students’ Association Primary School
Queen Elizabeth Old Students’ Association Primary School
1990 Jit Luen body

At that time, the bus seats were usually 56 seats to 61 seats. Huang Ming’s body factory has gradually declined, replaced by the up-coming Jit Luen Auto Body, China-Hong Kong body factory, New Asia and Asian body factories. The industry is dominated by Isuzu, featuring a 6-speed front engine with one main engine. And air-conditioning engines have independent fuel tanks and radiators.

2001–2010

In the late 1990s, the light rail network connecting Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai and Tuen Mun in the northwest of the New Territories became more mature. Since 1997, all primary schools in Hong Kong have gradually changed from part-time to full-time studying. In addition, the birth rate is very low. The beginning of the year ushered in the first low tide since its establishment. School children began to switch to the Light Rail to go to school.


In the late 1990s, the light rail network connecting Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai and Tuen Mun in the northwest of the New Territories became more mature. Since 1997, all primary schools in Hong Kong have gradually changed from part-time to full-time studying. In addition, the birth rate is very low. The beginning of the year ushered in the first low tide since its establishment. School children began to switch to the Light Rail to go to school.

Light Rail in Tin Sha Wai
Light Rail in Tin Sha Wai

The so-called main school and branch schools appeared due to the splitting of the morning and afternoon classes in the elementary school. Therefore, the number of passengers on the school bus remained unchanged but the destinations were doubled. Making it difficult for school bus dealers to cope for a while. The Atypical pneumonia epidemic raged in Hong Kong in 2003, which brought all walks of life to the bottom. Kinson also had to sell cars to cash out funds to maintain daily expenses and the salary of drivers and babysitters.

2000s China Kong body

By 2005, in view of the surplus of non-franchised buses on the road, the Hong Kong government restricted the licensing conditions and encouraged the passenger bus industry to purchase existing vehicles to fill the fleet. A large number of school bus and tour bus dealers are in their retirement age. From 2005 to 2010, the tour bus industry began to have a wave of mergers and acquisitions. Under this circumstance, Kinson still possible to maintain a small place in the northwest.

New Asia and Asian body factories

At that time, the bus seats began to be unified from 56 seats to 61 seats, with a 3+2 seat arrangement. In the past 10 years, Isuzu chassis also accounted for a large share of the Hong Kong tour bus market. However, after 2007, Scania, Volvo and other European manufacturers emerged into the Hong Kong market, and at the same time, there are also Chinese brands including King Long, Shenlong, Yutong, etc. (that are delivered together with the chassis and the body.)

2011 to 2020

The financial tsunami in mid-2008 caused Hong Kong’s economy to decline. In 2009, the central government allowed eligible Shenzhen residents to apply for multiple visits to Hong Kong in one year for “individual travel” endorsements (one visa for multiple lines). The number of visitors from mainland China to Hong Kong increased significantly from 6.38 million to 40.75 million in 2002 to 2013. The proportion of tourists visiting Hong Kong each year soared from 41.2% to 75%. With the rise of free travel, joint infrastructure and real estate site projects began to flourish, and there was a strong demand for site shuttle services. Kinson also dispatched a large part of its fleet to meet the demand. On the other hand, the number of school children has been declining year-on-year, so school bus dealers have begun to shift from 61-seater buses to 27-seater Toyota Coaster, 29-seater Mitsubishi Rosa and 16-seater school buses to meet the demand for school buses.


16 seater school bus
16 seater school bus

From 2010 to 2018, benefiting from the substantial increase in mainland tourists, the travel bus industry has been smooth sailing. BUSPRO was also formally established in 2017 and became a Subsidiary of Kinson . The Anti-amendment campaign that began in mid-2019 has led to a sharp drop in inbound tourists, bringing the tour bus industry into another decline. Next year, the New Coronavirus epidemic swept the world and depressed all businesses in Hong Kong. The school bus industry was not immune from school suspension.

2010 after: Jit Luen body

Since 2010, 65-seat buses have gradually become mainstream. Scania, Regal, Isuzu, Foton, and Daewoo have become the main brands of tour bus discs in the market, and manual gearboxes have gradually been replaced by automatic gearboxes.

2021 – Present

Not yet be written, We hope all the best to you, with good health & God bless all of you.

Past partners

  • Nishimatsu Construction (Employee Service)
  • Union Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Christian Music Road Association Yuen Long Church (student and institution services)
  • Chinese Language Institute
  • Hong Kong Youth Association
  • Christian Hong Kong Lutheran Church Yuen Long Lutheran Secondary School
  • Shunde Friendship Association Weng You Middle School
  • Hong Kong Christian Church
  • Hong Kong Bird Watching Club
  • Sau Mau Ping Catholic Primary School
  • Christ’s Commission Fellowship Hong Kong
  • KinderU Suzuki Music Academy
  • Church of Christ in China
  • Methodist Center
  • Hong Kong Christian Service
  • Life Hotline
  • Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education
  • Huixin Life Adventure Center-Hong Kong Trustees Association
  • Queen Elizabeth School Old Students’ Association Secondary School
  • Hong Kong Christian Service Pei Oi School
  • Christian Evangelical Society Po Ya Nursery School
  • Hong Kong Yao Energy Association Jockey Club Tian Qi Ling School
  • Cambaron Presbyterian Church Sha Tin Church
  • Tin Shui Wai Catholic Primary School
  • The Church of Christ in China Liang Fa Memorial Chapel
  • St. James’ Settlement
  • Environmental touch
  • Business Environmental Association Limited
  • Hong Kong Women’s Foundation
  • Aberdeen Square Club
  • Jane Goode Society