United Plant Services (UPS) has become a member of the Mineral Products Association (MPA).
The plant machinery service and maintenance partner has joined the organisation as an industry associate, claiming the move will enable the firm to The new association will enable UPS to “stay better informed and updated” with regards to relevant information in the sector and changes to legislation. UPS added that the move will also give the company a “platform” to have its own subjects raised.
Gordon Dick, national business development manager at UPS said, “At UPS, we provide essential plant machinery services and build solid relationships with clients’ whose business successes are often reliant on working effectively and legally within these challenging industries.
“Fast changing legislation can affect their businesses as well as ours, so by being part of an association such as the MPA, we are better positioned to perform our own practice appropriately, while ensuring it also conforms with our clients’.
“Furthermore, by having an improved understanding of the issues affecting our industry, and with the support of the MPA, we’re able to influence the direction of matters relevant to the services we provide.”