Dromad continues to invest

By Joe Malone25 July 2017

Dromad hire

Lynn Motors’ Paul Callan (left) and Dromad Hire’s sales & business development manager Pierce Martin (right)      

Irish rental company Dromad Hire has invested in its fleet over the summer, with the addition of service vans and equipment, in a bid to provide its customers with the latest products on the market.

The company added two service vans to the road, which were supplied by local dealer Lynn Motors. It said it now operated four service support vehicles in total and offered a 24-hour emergency call out service.

Dromad has also added products such as snorkel scissor lifts, JCB telehandlers and Manitou articulated booms to its fleet.

Dromad Hire’s managing director, Seamus Byrne, said, “The two new vans will be dedicated to routine servicing of our hired-out equipment on a weekly basis.

“It is critical that we continue to make every effort to constantly provide the best service possible to our customers and minimise the risk of any down time.”

Meanwhile, Lynn Motors’ managing director, Mark Lynn, said, “We are delighted to be working with Dromad yet again, providing an after sales service so they continue to have hassle free motoring.

“Both models are equipped with the highest spec, which fits in perfectly with the high standards and professionalism Dromad Hire demonstrates day in day out.”

Dromad launched its latest 2017-18 catalogue in June, which can be collected at any one of its depots.

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