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Maximising mini parts


BIRTLEY-based MST has launched an operation for machines under 10 tonnes. The MiniMax business is aimed at what the firm believes is a major gap in the market.

Commercial manager Alex Roberts said: 'House builders, plant hire companies and landscapers all struggle to find suitable and affordable undercarriage parts at short notice. We are providing minimum price at maximum value, which is how we arrived at the name.'

The firm claims to have rubber tracks and accessories to fit more than 2,500 machines and is aiming to be 'preferred supplier of choice' in an estimated £10 million market.