MCS is a relatively young company, but is already a leader in mobile conveying in Australia. MCS has grown from a single machine to the Largest Fleet of mobile conveying equipment in Australia, and its fleet is significant in world terms.
Starting as a contractor, MCS quickly learnt the limitations of equipment available in Australia, so MCS searched the world for equipment that could operate reliably and productively in a contracting environment, where it was necessary at times to work around the clock.
Having achieved this by bringing the equipment of North American market leader Superior Industries to Australia, MCS addressed the variability of service support in Australia by setting up its own workshops, firstly to maintain MCS equipment and then to offer services to the general market.
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