Mader first kicked off operations in the US in 2018, and as a result of continued business growth have expanded operations to 16 states across America.
Looking for heavy equipment maintenance specialists? Mader can provide the tooling, people and expertise to keep your mining and civil equipment powering wherever you are in America. Our field service mechanics and electricians not only bring the latest diagnostic tooling for all major OEM’s, but they also provide unparalleled support and technical expertise.
Alex Matter, Operations Manager commented “The decision to expand our American operations was a logical step in our business growth strategy. There has been incredible demand for our services, the increasing need for flexible heavy equipment maintenance is an opportunity we have taken advantage of.”
Mader offer a flexible tap-on-tap off solution to heavy equipment maintenance. That means no minimum engagement periods and no lock-in contracts! As the industry’s leader in OEM equipment maintenance, Mader is the only provider who can service all makes and models. From Komatsu to Caterpillar, Hitachi to Liebherr, no job is too big or too small.
With three offices based in Colorado, Nevada and Pennsylvania, Mader are able to perfectly positioned to provide support across the US to ensure you get the most out of your fleet. Mader’s decision to expand operations is integral to the company’s ambitious growth plans and follows an impressive series of client wins.
John Greville, Chief Operations Officer, commented “We have made our mark and built a solid reputation with some of the biggest names in maintenance. Mader have a team of local experts capable of delivering industry-leading heavy equipment services that will place us at the forefront of the heavy equipment maintenance industry.”
Mader Group are currently hiring for exciting new roles across the US! When working with Mader you’ll not only work alongside some of the best in the business, but you’ll be able to enjoy a long list of perks and benefits.
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