One of the original subsidiaries of the ANSA McAL Group began with Trinidadian pioneer Charles McEnearney who founded the country's first Ford Car dealership, McEnearney Motors.
Today, the Group's automotive subsidiaries represent the world's leading automotive brands including Honda, Mitsubishi, Ford, Land Rover and Jaguar. Top brand international performance records, exceptional after sales service, employment of the latest vehicle maintenance technologies, and a formidable reputation backed by the ANSA McAL name ensure a competitive advantage in our markets of operation. The automotive sector of the Group generates in excess of $600MILLION in sales.
Charles McEnearney was the first distributor of motor vehicles in Trinidad representing the Ford agency. In 1989 Charles McEnearney merged with H.E. Robinson Limited and the name was changed to McEnearney Robinson representing the Ford, Honda, Daihatsu and Mitsubishi lines. In 1992 ANSA McAL bought out the interest of the Robinson family in McEnearney Robinson and subsequently traded as Diamond Motors.
Also in 1992, Classic Motors was formed to represent the Honda agency, and introduced the Accord, Civic, Legend, Prelude and CR-V to the local market. In 2000 the company relocated to a more modernized facilities and has since acquired the Jaguar and Land Rover franchises.
Mc Enearney Motors was formally launched in December 1996 and concentrates mainly on the Ford Brand of motor vehicles.
Burmac Limited currently markets agricultural and industrial equipment, namely the Yale and New Holland line of heavy construction equipment, which includes excavators, loaders, crawlers, skid steers and backhoes.