CRASH expands network with new Glengormley Branch

By 17th May 2012 January 12th, 2021 News


CRASH, Northern Ireland’s leading Accident Management Company, has expanded its regional network by opening a new branch in Glengormley. The Branch was officially opened by Alderman Billy Webb, Mayor of Newtownabbey, on Monday 14th May 2012. Glengormley is the fourth branch to open as part of CRASH’s £1 million expansion plan announced last year.


Tony McKeown, Sales and Marketing Director at CRASH, “We have been providing a full range of services to motorists involved in accidents since 1996. We handle all aspects of an accident including vehicle recovery, replacement vehicles, approved repairs and liaising directly with insurance companies on behalf of motorists. We have now helped over 45,000 local motorists to date”.


“We are leaders in our marketplace because we continue to focus on our customers and their needs. The aim of our network, which also includes Belfast, Bangor and Newry Branches, is to place our complete service within easy reach of all motorists who have been involved in an accident. Motorists can turn up at your nearest branch, drop off their damaged vehicle and drive away in a replacement within minutes. We then liaise with the insurance companies involved and get the vehicle back on the road as quickly and efficiently as possible.”


Alderman Webb commented “Fortunately motor accidents are a fairly rare occurrence for the average motorist. When an accident does occur, motorists can call CRASH to get guidance. I am very pleased to learn about the positive feedback from CRASH customers with over 90% saying they are “highly likely” to refer CRASH to a friend. Having had personal experience of the service provided by CRASH, I would add my voice to that 90%. It is a pleasure to open the new branch and welcome CRASH to the Borough of Newtownabbey.”

CRASH Services is NI’s Largest Accident Management Company. Everything’s Taken Care Of At No Cost. Speak to one of our specialists today by visiting our contact us page.

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