Actavo Hire & Sales expands Dublin presence with new northside depot
13 June 2016
At the official opening of the new Actavo Hire & Sales depot in Santry was Mayor of Fingal Co Co, Cllr David O’Connor and Dublin GAA All-Star, Philly McMahon
Actavo Hire & Sales, a leading supplier of scaffolding, fencing, crowd-control barriers and traffic management products, has this month expanded its presence in Dublin with the opening of a new depot in Santry, Co Dublin.
Located on the Old Santry Road, Cloghan, just off the M50 and a three-minute drive from the airport, the depot will serve the entire northside of Dublin and beyond, with delivery services to anywhere in Ireland. Officially opened by special guest, Dublin GAA All-Star Philly McMahon, the depot will initially employ a team of five.
Addressing the launch, Mayor of Fingal County Council, Cllr David O’Connor, said, “It’s very encouraging to see new jobs being created in this community. The opening of this new depot signals a growing confidence in both the locality and the construction sector generally.”
Also speaking at the new northside depot launch, CEO of Actavo Structural Division, Roger Hastie, “Actavo Hire & Sales have had an established presence in West Dublin [Lucan], Galway and Cork for many years, as well as having almost 30 depots across the UK. This is our first depot on Dublin’s northside and we are delighted to be here. Ease of access, ample parking and proximity to the M50, M1, M2 and M3, airport, DCU, IKEA and Dublin Port is a winning combination for us.
“There’s been an upswing in trade over the last year at our other hire and sales outlets and we look forward to providing excellent service to new and existing customers right across the island of Ireland from our new depot in Santry,” Hastie added.http://www.engineersjournal.ie/2016/06/13/actavo-santry-depot/http://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/DSC6611-1024x683.jpghttp://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/DSC6611-300x300.jpgSponsoredDublin,Dublin Airport Authority,Fingal County Council