Before we started producing our own mini-loaders, we started our company in 1987 importing Skidsters. The Skidster can be seen as the predecessor of the mini-loader and was made and sold solely in the United Kingdom. We thought of the Skidster as an amazing machine, but definitely saw some room for improvement. That’s why we spent years of optimizing and adjusting the Skidster, eventually introducing the SHERPA mini-loader in 2002. Although the production of the Skidster has stopped, it appears these decent machines are built to last. This means some people are still in the possession of a Skidster. Are you one of those people? We can help you with machine parts, reparation and trade-in possibilities.
The SHERPA mini-loader is an improvement of the Skidster in every respect. The production of the Skidster has therefore come to an end, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any Skidster in circulation anymore. In fact, these solid and reliable machines can last over thirty years. If you are the proud possessor of one those machines, you can count on us for maintenance and reparation. As official supplier of Skidster we can provide you with every part you need, all original.
Just like every other machine, your Skidster needs regular maintenance. That’s why you can count on us for a free check-up, in which we control the oil, hydraulics, tires and spinning parts. Our workshop can be found next to our headquarters in Nistelrode, located on the A50. Interested? Please contact us!
No matter how many years your Skidster has brought you joy, it might just be time to trade this old machine for a perfectioned SHERPA model. If you are indeed in need of a new and flawless mini-loader, we have some good news for you! This winter you will benefit from a trading-in campaign, in which you can get up to €2000,- discount on your new SHERPA mini-loader. Give us a call on 0412 61 33 44 or send an e-mail to email@example.com for more information.
Please note that the value of your Skidster is determined on the basis of the number of workhours, state of repair, tire quality and wear of the motor and rotating parts.