History

1964
Traveller AB is founded by Rolf Friberg. Initially the company only sells trips to the destination of Åland.
1967
Traveller buys its very first bus!
1971
More buses are acquired.
1977
Traveller AB enhances its fleet with bigger, more modern tourist buses.
These new arrivals are painted yellow and black.
1980
Traveller AB moves to Vasagatan. The move benefits the business, which really takes off!
1983
The first double-decker is acquired. The bus operation becomes a separate profit centre.
1990
The company is acquired by Knut Flink and Christina de Laval. This makes the bus company a neutral provider of bus services. The company moves to new premises in Västberga.
1994
The company moves once more. This time we move into bigger, more modern premises by Globen.
1999
Knut Flink becomes the sole owner.
2002
The company is acquired by Thomas Hellgren and Tony Hjelm.
2003
Traveller Buss AB is acquired by Bergkvarabuss AB. This provides more resources and increases the geographical coverage in South and Central Sweden.
2004
We invest in an ultra-modern vehicle fleet with even higher specifications. In April we take delivery of a brand new Setra double-decker. In May a new club bus arrives, which is ideal for groups of up to 36 people.
In June it is confirmed that Traveller Buss AB will be assisting Fjällresor Sverige with transport services to Sälen as from the 2004/2005 season. The agreement concluded between the parties covers a three-year period.
2005
The company moves into new premises in the Trångsund Industrial Estate.
Bergkvarabuss/Traveller Buss concludes agreements on school bus services for the Båtsmansskolan school in Haninge Municipality. 
Traveller Buss has the honour of assisting the royal couple with bus transport services during their official visit on 7 September. Three exclusive Mercedes Benz Travego vehicles are used for this prestigious assignment.
Svenskabuss Direktlinje starts operations on a trial basis.
Agreements are concluded for excursions and school buses for Huddinge Municipality.
2006
Associate company Elite Traffic in Hamburg wins the contract to provide transport services during the World Cup. The Group has as many as 80 vehicles in operation.
The company wins 7 of the 14 scheduled routes put out to tender in Stockholm! These routes cover large parts of the city. Five of the routes are operated by larger service buses and two by the smaller vehicles. This means that Bergkvarabuss/Traveller Buss is providing 17 scheduled services for SL Färdtjänsten.
A new contract is signed for the Swedish Armed Forces’ Logistics operation. The Group covers four of seven garrisons.
We are presented with the 15,000th Citaron from Mercedes Benz at a glittering ceremony at the Passenger Transport Fair in Stockholm.
2008
Hans Magnusson is appointed new Head of Operations at Traveller Buss.
A number of brand new vehicles are delivered.
2010                
Johan Salomon is appointed Head of Operations.
Success in procurement for Haninge Municipality (3 buses). Traveller assists Haninge Municipality with the evacuation of a school with 300 students over two terms.
2011          
Vladimir Colovic takes up his position, giving the company a Sales and Marketing Manager.
Acquisition of Botkyrka Buss Närtrafik. Traveller Buss is now operating 26 of 27 routes in Stockholm for the transport administration.
2012                
Success with schools in Norrtälje (3 buses), Värmdö (6 buses) and Tyresö (2 buses).
Traveller Buss is now running 18 buses a day for various schools.
2013                
Traveller has the honour of transporting His Majesty on 4 May.
The company appoints a new Engineering Manager in June: Pasi Lohtander.
“TUR” games event for employees is held in Jönköping in August.
Another delivery of brand new vehicles is received.
Traveller Buss starts to make its services climate-neutral through “Project Yinyi” in China. Read more in the section on the environment!
2014                
Traveller starts its first commercial route, Artipelagbussen.