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MAHA UK: Road Transport Expo

MAHA UK is excited to showcase its workshop equipment at the brand-new Road Transport Expo show, taking place at NAEC Stoneleigh between the 30th June and 2nd July.

With heavy goods vehicles at the heart of the exhibition, it’s the perfect arena for MAHA UK to highlight its pedigree to visitors, in particular, it’s DVSA specification MBT 7250 EUROSYSTEM roller brake tester.

The manufacturer’s flagship product is so much more than a brake tester, though: EUROSYSTEM is not just designed to control the equipment; users can add modules and watch the MBT 7250 evolve into an all-encompassing workshop platform.

For instance, technicians can add a tachograph, so their workshop can become a tachograph calibration specialist. MAHA UK’s expert engineers can fit automatic number plate recognition, so users can photograph a vehicle while it’s being tested and prove the vehicle was there.

What’s more, MAHA’s MLT 3000 headlamp tester can be mounted, communicated via the brake tester, and send a headlight test report.

The MBT 7250 and MLT 3000, along with the LMS 20.0 axle play detectors and RGA column lifts, will be on the stand – V14 – along with MAHA UK’s sales team, Nick Austin, Louis Tunmore and Luke Fuller.

Delegates can witness the RGA column lifts’ capabilities first-hand, as they will be elevating one of the MAHA UK service vans during the event.

MAHA UK Managing Director, Neil Ebbs, said: “We’re tremendously excited to be exhibiting at Road Transport Expo. The show is right up our street, and we’re confident that visitors will be impressed with our stand offering and will take the opportunity to discuss their workshop equipment needs with our experienced team.”

Road Transport Expo, following ITT Hub, is the latest event on MAHA UK’s exhibition trail. A team from the UK subsidiary will also be joining colleagues in Frankfurt for Automechanika, taking place between the 13th and 17th September.

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