SERVICE body manufacturer XL Industries took its name from the letters in ‘excellent’, a standard the company has held itself to in the 20 years since its establishment.
XL makes service bodies for a wide range of world-wide end users in fieldssuch as telecommunications, electronicsand electrical engineering, carpentry, plumbing and defence.
Now, XL is also manufacturing mine-compliant service bodies to the same uncompromising standards.
“We are proud that many of our service bodies built more than 20 years ago are still going strong and have outlasted vehicle after vehicle,” XL managing director and founder Nick Korganow said. XL’s service bodies are designed to handle tough mining conditions and are fully compliant with the standards of the BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA). Each of the company’s designs can be supplied with or without roll over protection bars (ROPs). Each ROPS-equipped XL service body has a tough steel exterior, and the
internal fit out can be tailored to suit the range of tools and equipment needed for service technicians to have all of the right equipment on board, creating an efficient working environment.
“Self-sufficiency and efficiency is what XL ROPs mine service bodies are all about,” said Mr Korganow. “To achieve this, we also offer a wide range of accessories that can be carried in case of emergencies and XL ROPS bodies are fully fitted out at our factory to the required specifications before delivery”. XL mine service bodies can be delivered job-ready in less than eight weeks and delivered world-wide, ready to be fitted to vehicles.
XL also stocks a range of canopies, trade-toppers and tool boxes, and has a spare parts support program to give its products an even longer working life.