MT Kaill increases Kubota fleet

By Helen Wright10 October 2014

UK rental company MT Kaill has purchased 24 new mini excavators from manufacturer Kubota to meet increased demand from the construction sector in the North West.

The deal, completed through Kubota dealer BTE Plant Sales’ northern branch, saw MT Kaill take delivery of a wide range of Kubota machines, from its micro 1 t operating weight K008 up to its 8 t KX080-4, and including the zero tail swing, 2 to 3 t U27-4.

MT Kaill director Steve Thomas said, “Our latest order of Kubota machines is in direct response to increasing market demand from the construction sector in our region.

“We supply plant hire equipment to all the major contractors, utilities, civil engineers and small to medium sized house builders in the North West and the last two quarters of 2014 in particular, have been the busiest we have seen for years.

“This is great news for everyone involved in our industry, from the contracts being secured by our end user customers, right through to hirers, dealers and the manufacturers themselves.”

MT Kaill had previously stocked and offered its customers competitor excavators, and started trialling Kubota machines three years ago.

Mr Thomas added, “Ultimately, our end-users want excavators that they can trust and rely on, that get the job done whatever the conditions and without the risk of costly and timely breakdown.

“With Kubota, they get exactly that. In addition, the reliability and performance of its solutions are backed up by a first class service and support offering, provided through our dedicated Kubota dealer – BTE Plant Sales.”

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