A new state of the art facility that is home to Renault Trucks Ireland has been officially opened at Setanta House at Ballycoolin in Dublin.
The tape cutting ceremony, hosted by the team at Setanta Vehicle Sales, was performed by the Irish Minister of State at the Department of Transport Hildegarde Naughton, watched on by Setanta’s Managing Director Harry Nash, Bruno Blin, President, Renault Trucks Global, and other leading figures, including Managing Director, Renault Trucks UK & Ireland Carlos Rodrigues.
Invited guests were also able to take the opportunity to enjoy a ride and drive experience in the newly launched Renault Range D Z.E. electric trucks and Master Red Edition Z.E zero-emission vans; also on display was the new Renault Range T High Evolution, which was shipped over direct from the factory in France.
Bruno Blin congratulated Harry Nash and his management team on creating the new facility and said that it set the standard for the brand’s dealerships around Europe.
“This new Renault Trucks Headquarters for Ireland is of a very high standard, which stands-out and great for the brand and ultimately beneficial for the customer in service excellence. We look forward to celebrating our 15 year partnership with Setanta Vehicle Sales in 2022.”
Export & Freight will in its next issue carry a comprehensive report on the new facility which represents the biggest dealership premises in the country. In the meantime, you can watch a video presentation of the official opening here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8g0s2lkBro&t=5s