Geesinknorba appoints Irish dealership

Published:  08 February, 2012

Irish Commercials, a Volvo Truck dealership in Naas, County Kildare and Oranmore in Galway, has been appointed to become Geesinknorba's Irish agent. The company will be trading as Geesinknorba Ireland Ltd, and will offer a full sales and aftermarket service from December1 2011.

The Geesinknorba's full range of products, including the Plug-in Electric vehicle, will be available to Irish customers. The existing facilities in Naas and Galway will be fully equipped to meet all servicing and after sales requirements.

The company will also be appointing a number of sub-dealers. Additionally a number of promotional events including a roadshow with demonstration vehicles are being planned for the coming months.

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