A leading diesel and turbo after sales and service provider, MTQ begin marketing its own brand instead of its suppliers following a change of ownership last year.
MTQ became a subsidiary of Bapcor late last year following more than 45 years in the diesel and turbo market in Australia. The new ownership will give MTQ extensive resources and allow it to reach out to the market place.
According to Les Healey, CEO of MTQ Engine Systems Australia, the acquisition by Bapcor has added more substance and resources.
“MTQ already provided national coverage for both service and parts through a network of facilities including dynamometer’s and diagnostic equipment being utilised by a team of highly skilled and mobile technicians and staff around the country,” said Healey.
“However it is fair to say MTQ is one of the best kept secrets in the business as a company that sold major brand parts and components without marketing its own brand, and capabilities to industry.
“Over the past 45 years, MTQ has developed a comprehensive range of products from leading brands including the MTQ owned Sonic and DTS along with Rapid, Bosch, Denso, Honeywell Garrett, BorgWarner, Delphi, Schwitzer, Holset, IHI and many more.”
MTQ’s capabilities are vast and include not just component supply, fitting and repair but also remanufacturing of diesel pumps, injectors and turbochargers, diagnosis and dynometer analysis.
The large frame side of MTQ’s business demands a 24 hour/seven day response from its specialised technicians who service shipping and power stations which require the sort of mobility that will see them flying both offshore and domestically at short notice. MTQ has more than 40 specialist technicians in its network.
“MTQ delivers OE standards of quality and service at aftermarket prices and backs that up with the resources for diagnosis and repair options across a full spectrum of industries,” Healey added. “We will compete with OE suppliers providing operators and fleets a more cost effective option with the same capabilities, or better, and technical know how.
“We will compete with OE suppliers providing operators and fleets a more cost effective option with the same capabilities, or better, and technical know how.
“Operating costs are something that all business must look at and MTQ aims to provide an array of options for customers including cost effective new parts, remanufactured components and specialist diagnosis and repair.”