One of the biggest challenges Conbit faced was optimising cost savings for the clients.
Conbit had to take costs into account at every phase of the engineering and preparation. One of the ways to do this was to optimise the welding and steel used for the X frames as the clients could acquire materials at a competitive price.


In line with the client’s focus on cost-effectiveness, the clients wanted to utilise the equipment they already had.
As the MPs were so heavy, the SPMTs needed to be utilised as best as possible and combined together to reach a large capacity.
To achieve this, Conbit produced a unique saddle design to hold and transport the MPs on site.


The clients were impressed with Conbit’s quick and responsive approach evident throughout the project.

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