Diesel & Turbo

The Group serves as a warranty service provider and is the only accredited, exclusive distributor direct from all leading global suppliers into the local market. This key product division has been expanded most successfully over the years through acquisitions into the acknowledged market leader and company of preference.

The conversion away from petrol to diesel is a global phenomenon across the full range of passenger, light commercial and heavy commercial vehicles. The Group has positioned itself in terms of its investment in people, inventory and value-adding benefits offered to take full advantage of this strategic vision and market development.

The Group is strategically positioned as a leading supplier of Original Equipment products. We have invested in a modern, fully-equipped, training facility for our ADCO franchisees and specialized fuel injection workshops. This facility is also used to perform warranty work on behalf of Original Equipment manufacturers where authorized approved dealers do not exist - thereby uniquely completing the offering to the diesel fuel injection and turbo specialists.

The Midas Group, through PIA, has developed training modules covering all diesel repair and maintenance from traditional systems through to the latest technologies including Common Rail, EUI (Electronic Unit Injector) and ECD (Electronic Controlled Diesel). This training will give the specialist fuel injection technician the opportunity to become competent in all aspects of today’s diesel fuel injection systems and the repair thereof.

This division offers the diesel and turbo sectors, quality technical expertise backed by an electronic catalogue and is supported by a value-adding business franchise under the ADCO banner.

While we are the official distributors of OE brands: Bosch, Delphi, Denso, IHI Turbo, Siemens, Stanadyne, Yanmar and Zexel in Southern Africa, we also stock a wide range of other renowned brands i.e. Biagio, Dipaco, DISA, Monark, SPACO, BCD and Redat. We also exclusively represent Hartridge fuel injection equipment in the Southern African Market.