AA Ireland invests in new van rescue fleet

Brendan Nevin, CEO of AA Ireland, with Ciaran McMahon, managing director of Ford Ireland.

Brendan Nevin, CEO of AA Ireland, with Ciaran McMahon, managing director of Ford Ireland.

AA Ireland has invested almost €500,000 in new vans to upgrade its existing breakdown assistance fleet from Cork-based company Ford Ireland.

The investment in AA Rescue, which will see a number of custom Transit vans and Connect vans added to the AA fleet, marks the latest in a series of ventures undertaken by AA Ireland to further improve its service. In 2017, AA Ireland invested a total of €11m in a number of areas across the business, including a significant technology upgrade.

AA commercial director John Farrell says the move will allow the compeny to continue offering a "best-in-class service" to its members.

"It further underscores our commitment to both growing our business and supporting other companies operating across Ireland. The summer period is always a busy one on the roads and no-one wants to experience a breakdown while they’re driving with their family," he says.

|"This timely purchase will ensure that we can respond to our members in an effective manned to minimise any inconvenience their breakdown could cause.”

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