MPI sets up new arm in Scotland

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Robotic cage cleaning company invests to service its Scottish client base.

In a press release, the Norwegian company MPI writes that it has set up MPI Scotland to strengthen its market share in the area.

This follows its new service agreement with the Scottish Salmon Company to service all of their cleaning units, as well as a new service agreement with MOWI Scotland to service 17 out of their 30 units.

“MPI has up until now catered for the Scottish and Irish markets with service mechanics travelling from Norway, in addition to a mechanic placed in England,” explained MPI CEO Kåre Myrvåg.

“But to be in a position to serve the market better we are now changing the structure by establishing a separate company with an office, warehouse and building for parts stock in Fort William and hiring local mechanics,” he said, adding that the whole idea is to reduce the lead time for the customers waiting for replacement parts and/or a service engineer.


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