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Multihog UK evolves into Multevo

After 8 years of trading as Multihog UK Ltd, the UK distributor of Multihog products has now evolved to Multevo Limited. This comes as part of a rebranding initiative to continue to innovate to meet market demands.
Multihog UK Ltd, established in 2010, aiming to introduce the UK market to the Multihog tool carrier which was an unknown entity at that time.
Over eight years later, the company has six more Multihog models, with an endless amount of attachments. The firm now boasts a third of all councils are customers and at least 80% of airports and major highways contractors.
The Multihog is a unique range of multi-purpose articulated tractors. They all accept a wide array of attachments to the front and rear for all year utilisation. The idea is to maximise return on investment through improved fleet efficiency and productivity.
Heathrow and Gatwick Airports were early adopters of the machines back in 2012. This was for winter maintenance duties and subsequently increased orders after initial investments. Highways contractors such as Skanska, Amey, Kier and Ringway utilise these units across the UK for various uses.
The rebranding exercise has been in the pipeline for some months. This comes as the organisation looks to strengthen opportunities to increase the Multihog’s prominence in the market.
Multevo have the world’s largest hire fleet of Multihogs anywhere in the world. Their commitment to removing barriers to allow for customers to benefit from these versatile vehicles is huge. Multevo also offer self-deliver services such as highway maintenance utilising the machines.

Multevo director, Nick Leadley explains the rebrand in more detail:

“This rebrand is the next logical step in our company’s evolution to differentiate ourselves. People will continue to deal with the same familiar faces, products and second to none services under the new Multevo brand. Nothing has changed in that respect.”
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