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Interstate McBee appoint new UK distributor

Hindle Reman appointed sole UK distributors for Caterpillar and Cummins engine components

HINDLE Reman have been appointed by Interstate McBee as their sole UK distributor of engine components for Caterpillar and Cummins engines. For more than 65 years, Interstate McBee have been supplying parts to both the aftermarket and OEM sectors, and continue to have one of the most extensive product offerings in the engine component marketplace.

As part of the distributor agreement, Hindle Reman will hold a wide range of stock to cover the most popular applications, with non-stock items available on short lead times.

While Interstate McBee are well established and represented in the US and rest of the world, the UK is a market that needs developing and they have chosen Hindle Reman as their partner because of their extensive involvement in the machining of Caterpillar and Cummins engines.

‘We are very proud to have been appointed by Interstate McBee,’ said David Hindle, managing director of Hindle Reman. ‘We have been using their products in house for some time and are confident that they offer quality and reliability that is second to none. We look forward to the next few years as we aim to establish the Interstate McBee brand in the UK.’


Finning UK & Ireland are the sole appointed dealers for Caterpillar in the UK and Ireland. As well as offering the full Cat power generation and equipment solutions’ portfolio, Finning are also authorized to supply genuine Cat spare parts plus a wide range of Cat remanufactured parts and components, which offer customers a genuine like-for-like replacement at a lower cost.

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