MIT, the complete driveline integrator says it is delighted to return to the Irish Skipper Expo at its new home in Limerick where they will display industry-leading driveline technology, featuring the robust and reliable MGX series from Twin Disc, along with a comprehensive range of pump drives, available as complete coupled solutions or stand-alone on auxiliary engines.
Experts in the commercial fishing market, MIT can work with you on the specification of driveline products for your individual vessel needs. They understand the need for workboats to be fully operational, and therefore offer solutions for both propulsion drive and auxiliary power equipment including marine gears, electric and hybrid drive units, hydraulic pump drives, PTOs and clutch systems.
Working alongside their customers, MIT is your complete turnkey integrator. They design, specify and install the best possible solutions for your business while providing full and comprehensive aftermarket support. Not only the component experts, but they also have an extensive service and repair team, enabled with the right tools and experience to keep your business downtime to a minimum.
Should you require an on-site emergency repair or planned routine maintenance, MIT engineers will have you covered. They know where your business is profitable, at sea, which is where MIT will keep you.
Since 1974, MIT has been designing, supplying and servicing transmissions and driveline systems across the UK/Ireland, becoming a centre of excellence in driveline systems providing customers with full product life cycle support from system design, supply, commissioning, maintenance, repair, spares, and overhaul or replacement. MIT has bases in southern and northern England, providing comprehensive UK and Ireland coverage along with an established global mobile support service, delivered by a highly trained and dedicated technical engineering team and a significant inventory of world-class brands, including new and refurbished transmissions, driveline systems and spare parts.