Paramount Conversions announced as the new home for UNVI in Ireland

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One of Ireland’s leading bus conversion and manufacturing specialists, Paramount Conversions, has been announced as the new home and sole Irish agent for UNVI Bus & Coach Manufacturers. After ten successful years in business, the team at Paramount Conversions is delighted to welcome this premium brand to their County Offaly based business. 

“We’re delighted to announce the partnership between Paramount Conversions and UNVIUNVI is a brand we have wanted to work with since we started our business in 2009. At Paramount Conversions we strive for growth and always look for ways to improve our competitive edge. Having worked with the UNVI brand previously, we feel this is the ideal partnership opportunity for both organisations to expand in the Irish market,”said Aidan Farrell, Managing Director, Paramount Conversions.

UNVI CEO Eloy Pérez is also delighted to begin the collaboration with Paramount Conversions in Ireland and looks forward to a committed relationship between the two brands. “A strong alliance has been forged in preparation for the post-covid era.” said Eloy Pérez, CEO at UNVI. Eloy added “This is a perfect synergy between two reliable, trustworthy, professional, committed manufacturers who both have vast experience of passenger carrying vehicles, and who together add up to 35 years in Ireland.”


The alliance between the two manufacturers was announced earlier this month and is supported by Mercedes-Benz Ireland. “We’d like to take this opportunity to wish the team in Paramount the very best of luck with their new business relationship with UNVI. Having dealt with both Paramount and UNVI for many years we are pleased to see this co-operation coming to the marketplace and are sure it will be a success for many years to come. We look forward to supporting Paramount in the coming years with this exciting new venture,” stated Fergus Conheady – Mercedes Benz Commercial Vehicles Ireland’s Sales Manager.


Founded in Tullamore County Offaly in 2009, Paramount Conversions has grown to be one of the biggest minibus manufacturers in Ireland, supplying organisations in Ireland and the UK with minibuses and wheelchair accessible vehicles. The team at Paramount Conversions pride themselves on their aftermarket support and customer service for existing and new customers. The addition of the UNVI alliance to Paramount Conversions is a notable step in the growth of the company. Paramount Conversions will stock a full range of UNVI products for the Irish and UK markets which will be available to test drive contact Paramount Conversions at their Co. Offaly based headquarters.

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