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Harris Group’s LDV van coup

Harris Group anticipates significant further growth for 2016 and beyond

17th January, 2016

$2.2bn investment as iconic motor brand returns to Ireland after seven year absence. Pictured are (l to r) Mark Barrett, The Harris Group and Chairman of SAIC, Mr Lan Qingsong Picture: Rolingnews

This week marked the return to Britain and Ireland of the LDV commercial vehicles name. The Harris Group, based on the Naas Road in Dublin, has secured the distribution rights for both markets and has already launched the LDV V80 van, available in four variations.

Though the LDV name stands for Leyland DAF Vans and has roots in Britain and the Netherlands, the vans are now manufactured in China by SAIC Maxus, as part of...

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