Hydraulink Franchise in Bunbury with strong mining, forestry, agriculture and local industry experience
Mitch Avins – a man with decades of experience in servicing transport and heavy machinery – is set to open the newest franchise in Western Australia of the Hydraulink national hoses and fittings group.
Mr Avins will head the new Hydraulink Bunbury franchise, which will serve the South West Region’s major industries including mining, logging, agriculture, construction, marine and manufacturing.
“Mitch Avins is already widely known and respected as a top operator in the district as the owner of Maddax Heavy Equipment Maintenance, established in 2008, which is a seamless fit with Hydraulink’s skill set,” said the WA State Manager of Hydraulink, Mr Andrew Lever.
“Mitch’s philosophy of ‘build ethical, reliable and responsible business relationships’ is highly complementary to the Hydraulink tradition of building lasting relationships through hard work and a level of service second-to-none in the industry,” said Mr Lever.
Hydraulink – which operates under the market signature “best under pressure” – delivers essential, safety-compliant and traceable hydraulic hose, fittings and services with expertise to industries requiring prompt, quality 24/7 service – either on-site or off-site. The company’s 400+ Hydraulink service outlets throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific focus on providing excellence of skillsets and ongoing training of staff to provide world-class maintenance, as does Maddax’s service team, says Mr Lever.
Mr Avins and his team have over 35 years of experience in markets served by Hydraulink. This experience will strongly benefit an extensive base of clients, including major names in open-cut mining, logging and ongoing work involving some of the largest and most sophisticated machinery in the State. All of whom depend on top standards of maintenance, safety and standards compliance to avoid hazards and downtime.