(Press Release )- Jerome Borde, Sector Head of ANSA Motors Ltd. a subsidiary of the ANSA McAL Group announced today that McEnearney Quality Inc. (MQI) has officially changed its name to ANSA Motors (Barbados) Ltd. and that effective 4th May, 2020 the Company will trade under the new name .

Mr. Borde explained that the new name would bring Barbados in line with the rest of the Caribbean and reflect the evolving focus and standards of the company, adding, all our systems and negotiations will now take place as one unified group of dealerships across the islands rather than separate names in each. This simplifies our systems across the region.

McEnearney Quality Inc. (MQI) was originally founded in October 1922 as a partnership between Charles McEnearney, who was the then Ford Dealer Principal for Trinidad & Tobago and his friend Charles MacKenzie, a Barbadian businessman who managed the Singer Sewing Machine Agency in the island at the time. The partnership ended on the 4th of July 1933 when the company, named Charles McEnearney & Co. Ltd. was incorporated, with Charles MacKenzie being the Ford and Firestone Dealer Principal in Barbados.

McEnearney Quality Inc. has served us well for the past 98 years and we have many great memories and stories that we cherish but it is time to regionalize and bring our dealerships across the region under the one umbrella of ANSA Motors.

We are excited about the name change and incorporating all that the new brand represents. At ANSA Motors we pledge to provide unparalleled customer service, generate value in our customer’s lives, and afford them an opportunity to purchase a vehicle from some of the world’s most exemplary names in the automotive industry. We use our brand portfolio to differentiate our services from that of our competitors and to develop the most unique packages alongside some of our sister companies, as shown in the recently launched BIM (Buy, Insure, Maintain) product.
We encourage a corporate culture that allows for growth and mobility in our employees through thought leadership and individual acceptance of delegated responsibility.
We look forward to the next 100 years in Barbados, and the evolution of the motor industry for the future.

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