Our long-standing fire department, which has been operating since 1974, is getting a little overhaul of its own and will now be known as MIT Off-Highway.
Providing expert diagnostics, repairs, and overhauls to individual vehicles and vehicle fleets, the department has grown and adapted to an ever-changing market’s needs. Initially working on MOD fire suppression and ground support fire fleets, our work has expanded. Our customer base and skill set have grown, meaning we now have a broader range of products and services above and beyond the drive array, serving a more extensive array of ‘Off-highway’ vehicles.
This growth has seen us now being able to offer complete product lifecycle strategies, including life extension and upgrade services. These services will take our customers vehicles long beyond their warranty period, providing peace of mind that their vehicles will remain operational and profitable.
We have also developed more industry partnerships to support this growth and are now ‘in service’ providers for Twin Disc and Sides and have our engineers accredited with Detroit Diesel, Godiva, Iveco, Volvo, Scania Dosifer, Caterpillar.
Tom Binns, Sales and Marketing Manager, MIT, said the repositioning of our Fire Department aligns with our broader business strategy to develop our presence within the off-highway vehicle market. I am confident that we can continue to grow and establish MIT as a significant life-extension supplier.