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Announcing new MultiOne Partner for the South West

Leading British importer of multifunction loaders MultiOne UK, announces a new partnership in the South West region. With immediate effect, Machine Serve will offer specialist support, servicing and maintenance for MultiOne users. Based in the centre of Devon, Machine Serve are well positioned and equipped to support the South West Region.

Designed and manufactured in Italy, the MultiOne mini loaders has been sold globally for 18 years by MultiOne SRL who have pioneered a complete range of multifunction loaders with advanced hydraulics, innovative design and Kubota & Yanmar engines.

Based near Chulmleigh, Devon, Machine Serve has over 30 years engineering experience in plant, agricultural machinery and telescopic handlers, and is the ideal partner for MultiOne UK in the South West.

Machine Serve is well recognised in the South West as handler and hydraulic specialists to both the plant and agricultural sectors, representing names like Dieci, ArmaTrac, Hanix, Yanmar, and much more. Phil Davey and his team offer a wide range of machinery to purchase for Farmers, Construction Professionals, Landscapers, Events & Leisure companies.

Phil Davey – MD at MachineServe said: “Machine Serve is well positioned to support MultiOne UK with new and existing customers in our area.”

Phil added: “The MultiOne loaders attracted our attention initially because of their quality and design. After using the machine it was the whole concept with the huge range of attachments and wide range of machines that drew us to MultiOne, we knew it would suit our customers bases desire for quality and support.”

This partnership strengthens the MultiOne representation in the South West which already includes East Midlands, Yorkshire & The Humber, North West England, South East and Northern Ireland.

Steve Hadfield, managing director of MultiOne UK, said: “This is exciting news for MultiOne and ensures we maintain support across the South West of the UK. Phil and his team at Machine Serve are well equipped to supply, service and maintain multifunction loaders.”

The demand for MultiOne mini loaders has increased over the last 12 months mainly due to the MultiOne unique benefits such as the 170 attachments available, it’s impressive power, performance and the ability to manoeuvre in hard to get places.

The MultiOne range extends over 25 different models offering a wide range of working weights from the 12hp (tipping load of 250kg) of the MultiOne Baby 1 Series to the 78hp (with a max lifting capacity of 2700kg) of the Powerful MultiOne 10 Series.

As with the competition in this sector, the MultiOne offers innovative solutions for those looking to maximize productivity in every industry from agriculture, construction, forestry, maintenance and greencare.

With over 170 attachments available that can be changed within a matter of seconds, it ensures a solution is at hand for every task at a drop of a hat. Dig, Mow, Lift, Mix, Scrape, Carry, Trench, Plough, Grab, Sweep, Wash, Rake, Spray and much much more. Expensive labour costs are also reduced by mechanising a vast array of jobs. Hydraulic quick coupling systems are standard on all loaders providing effortless change over of attachments. This certainly provides One Total Solution. MultiOne was recently voted “Best in Class Tool Carrier” by Farmers Guardian magazine.

To request a MultiOne demonstration, or for more information how the MultiOne can save you time and money, please contact the MultiOne team at 0870 225 5554.

 

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