Southern Africa Mining Project
We are extremely happy to be working with one of our existing customers again who are one of the largest mining companies in Southern Africa.
We had supplied 7x Unimogs to them last year, and they have returned to us this year increasing their order to 10 Unimogs.
We will be preparing the vehicles to a top standard to withstand the rigours of life in an open cast mine.
As these Unimogs were ex-military we are currently in the process of demilitarising these vehicles. This process includes removal of the gun turret and special military lighting.
Some popular African spec upgrades will be added which include Heavy Duty radiator, extra fuel filter with water trap, and simplification of air system to improve reliability and make maintenance more straightforward.
We will be carrying out a comprehensive service all defective parts on the Unimog will be replaced and a new floor in the rear body fitted to all.
Matching Michelin tyres will be fitted to all of the Unimogs to make them uniform.
Finally the Unimogs will be given a good quality full repaint including chassis, wheels this will be in our customers’ corporate livery.
We will arrange shipping and all necessary paperwork such as export inspections, customs entry.
Also in the workshop at the moment
U1000 - Jason Milson brought his U1000 to us after many years of use the cab had seen better days.
Here you can see Dan lifting the shiny new cab onto the Mog giving it a fresh look and a new lease of life.
We have also carried out a few repairs to this Mog and have given it a bit of TLC.
U900 - This U900 came in for an AV inspection.
We will be giving this mog a full refurb, inspecting to see what repairs it may need and bringing it back to life.
416 DOKA Update - Finally the awaited update on our on-going project the DOKA 416 double cab bound for the USA.
We are in the process of refitting the cab now and this project is near to completion and I hope you will agree th