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AMT Vehicles Rentals opens £750,000 site in Brentford

Andy Crinson, AMT Group

Growing national vehicle rentals group AMT has extended its network of eight locations across the UK with the opening of a third base in the south east.

Representing an investment of £750,000, the new location in Brentford, Middlesex, has created 20 jobs and will complement AMT’s current facilities at Gatwick and Enfield as part of the group’s plans to further improve accessibility for customers.

Located on Amalgamated Drive, the 13,000sq ft Brentford location includes a customer reception, an indoor valet area, customer parking and training facilities.

It will also be fitted with charging points for electric vehicles.

With a fleet of more than 1,500 prestige and specialist vehicles, AMT has grown into one of the UK’s leading independent vehicle rental companies. 

Its locations now reach from the south east to Scotland and include a new facility near Manchester which opened last December and one in Birmingham which opened in March.

“Our investment in this new West London location is the latest step in our ongoing plans to expand and upgrade our network throughout the UK," said Neil McGawley, managing director of AMT Group.

Andy Crinson, general manager of AMT Vehicle Rental, added: “We have seen growing demand from both the corporate and leisure markets.The addition of the Brentford location will enhance our ability to cover central London.”



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