Minis to Midis strengthens sales and support

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In response to high demand following the success of the recently launched Noone Turas coach range, Minis to Midis has strengthened its sales and support teams.

Steve White, Director Alan White’s brother, has joined the company permanently after assisting on a casual basis while running his own separate business. Steve entered the coach industry in 1986 and has previous sales experience with Europa Coaches, Caetano, Dennis, the associated Moseley companies, Esker and Dawsonrentals.

Steve White said: “This is the third time I have worked alongside Alan. I am very impressed with the Noone Turas product and the commitment behind it. I know the team from Paramount Conversions and of course previously sold the Optimo. I am looking forward to being of service to customers old and new.”

In a separate move, Johnsons’ Redfern service division in Nottinghamshire has been appointed in support of main service agent GB Fleet Maintenance in Hertfordshire. Both will aid Minis to Midis and Brian Noone to provide aftermarket service support for the Turas range. Aftermarket parts and glass support is being handled by Carlyle Bus and Coach. Minis to Midis uses the same service agents to support customers operating Paramount Sprinter conversion products and for preparation of pre-owned vehicles. Discussions are taking place with an agent to support customers in the south west following new orders in the area with the same planned for Scotland.