Posted In Animals | 14th September 2021
Harris Group donates new van to Dublin Zoo
Dublin Zoo have received the keys for a Maxus Deliver 9 van
In response to the ‘Save Dublin Zoo’ Campaign, Harris Group, Ireland’s leading importer of commercial vehicles, are delighted to announce their donation of a new Maxus Deliver 9 van to Dublin Zoo.
The vehicle is fitted with state of the art features and technology, including a remote internal and external camera system, donated by Remote IP.
New Maxus Deliver 9 van by the troop of Bornean orangutans.
Speaking at the handover of the van at Dublin Zoo, Denise Harris, CEO of the Harris Group, said: “We are thrilled to have been in a position to support Dublin Zoo with the donation of a MAXUS DELIVER 9 van. When we heard their call out for help last year, we immediately knew that we needed to assist this iconic and important National institution. Dublin Zoo holds a very special place in my heart and I sincerely hope that the MAXUS DELIVER 9 will assist the animal care teams in the fantastic work they are doing to ensure wildlife conservation.”
Christoph Schwitzer, Director of Dublin Zoo with the new van.
Commenting on the donation, Christoph Schwitzer, Director of Dublin Zoo, said: “On behalf of all the staff at Dublin Zoo, I would like to sincerely thank the Harris Group for this incredibly generous donation, this is something we are all truly grateful for. We are constantly working hard to improve and enhance the facilities at Dublin Zoo, so this is a huge benefit for us in keeping up to date with the latest models and technologies.”
To learn more about the Harris Group, visit their website.
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