Harris Group’s Naas Road letting is now complete

By Brendan Grehan

ALL three buildings at Naas Road and Nangor Road, which had been occupied by the state’s biggest truck importer, the Harris Group, have now been let by industrial property specialist Harvey.

The three buildings, with a 300 metre frontage to the Naas Road and a 500 metre frontage to the Nangor Road, comprise 260,270 sq ft (24,180 sq m) on a 16.4 acre site.

Harris Industrial Complex Naas Road compressor

The Harris site at Naas Road and Nangor Road

Last June, building one (875 sq m) was let to Peri Framework and Scaffolding, with the remaining two buildings totalling 23,304 sq m on 15.1 acres being let to DHL Global Forwarding (Ireland) ltd.

Comprising 4,631 sq m, building two is a assembly/workshop. It has ground-level loading doors on three sides of the building, eight gantry cranes and yard space.

There are also offices, a canteen and toilets.

Building three comprises 18,424 sq m of various industrial and assembly areas with ancillary offices, yard space and car parking.

The complex offers the occupier generous yard space throughout, expansive industrial halls, large power capacity and a comprehensive 24/7 static guard service and CCTV security system.

The Harris Group is shortly relocating its entire assembly, distribution, after-sales and administration operations to Coca Cola’s former Naas Road bottling plant.

The complex is located on a site of 24.3 acres and has undergone a substantial refurbishment and conversion in order to accommodate a new state-of-the-art commercial vehicle showroom.

Founded in 1961 by Pino Harris, the Harris Group is the biggest truck importer in the state. In 1968 it won the exclusive franchise for the Hino truck brand in Ireland and the UK.

The company is best known for its commercial vehicle brands that include Isuzu, LDV, Hino, Sino and Higer.

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