Kubota U.K Engine Division has strengthened its strategic partnership with Mitchell Powersystems (MPS) after extending the distribution of Kubota’s full range of engine solutions into two new territories.
This now means that MPS will distribute Kubota’s complete range of oil and water cooled diesel and dual fuel engines in the North West of England and Northern Wales from its Sutton-in-Ashfield depot, as well as supply the South and South East of England from its Romsey depot. Each branch will also deliver full support services and spare parts to dealers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) across a range of industry sectors.
“This is an exciting relationship that brings together two leading players in the industrial diesel engine market,” says Daniel Grant, Business Development Manager for Kubota UK’s Engines Division.
“The first phase of this investment programme saw MPS’ Glasgow depot become the national distributor in Scotland for Kubota Engines last year. Based on the success of this partnership in a short space of time, we are now absolutely delighted to be rolling this out into two new territories to further strengthen our service offering and open up new opportunities for growth.”
Kubota’s latest announcement means that the company has terminated its relationships with Phoenix Power Services and Woodleigh Power Equipment, MPS Sutton-in-Ashfield and MPS Romsey will resume responsibility of these former Kubota U.K Engine dealer territories with immediate effect.
“By joining forces with MPS in these two new territories, we believe that we can deliver on this promise. I’d like to wish Woodleigh Power Equipment and Phoenix Power Services all the best in the future,” says Grant.
“Following the appointment of our Glasgow Depot as the national distributor for Scotland, we are delighted to expand the Kubota engine business into our Head Office in Sutton-in-Ashfield and our location in Romsey,” says Darren Hill, Sales Director at MPS.
“We look forward to working with Kubota to deliver operational excellence in these areas and deliver further growth.”