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Finning pledges to save plant industry £10M

Caterpillar distributor Finning has launched a New Year commitment to save the UK plant industry £10M by delivering “lastability” to its customers.

Finning general sales manager Gary Agnew said: “2010 is make or break for a lot of plant owners and operators. Fundamentally, any plant investment and servicing decisions made this year could be crucial to their future success.

“Lastability is the drive, quality and expertise to continually deliver exceptional and enduring performance; to make things last; to reuse, recycle or preserve.”

Gary Agnew, Finning

“With continuing tough economic conditions ahead, we have recognised that we need to be much more than just an equipment supplier. This is why we have made some tough decisions and taken action to position our business as the partner of choice that can give customers lastability.”

“Lastability means something different to everyone, said Agnew. “We have defined it as “the drive, quality and expertise to continually deliver exceptional and enduring performance; to make things last; to reuse, recycle or preserve”.

The company has launched a website, www.lastability.com, to help customers achieve these goals. It includes news, customer videos, hints and tips, monthly themes (kicking off with “winter workout”) and exclusive offers to those that join. 

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