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BMash – our most important goal to which we gradually aspire is customer satisfaction with the quality of our products.  WE ARE AN OFFICIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF LINSER GERMANY- crawler undercarriage manufacturer, that supplies products for the first assembly to such tycoons as Liebherr, Volvo, Komatsu, Yanmar, Kubota, Wirtgen and many others.


Why we offer undercarriages just this brand? It's not caused by their offer and colorful catalogs. The topic is much deeper. The Giants are interested in that brand - manufacturers of construction machinery. The company Liebherr uses the steel undercarriages of this brand to their machines for the first assembly, Volvo as well. Komatsu uses at the moment sprockets, idlers and rollers, Wacker Neuson uses rollers and rubber tracks. Rubber tracks of Linser are used by Yanmar and Kubota. Many other less-known brands also make use of its products. 

These are the products of the highest quality. However, the range of track products includes all other brands: Caterpillar, Terex, Case, Schaeff, Atlas, O&K and all the others. OEM quality is still at the same highest level, admittedly!

We are particularly proud of this cooperation. Customers who have been already several times "fingers burnt" on the cheapest products of unknown origin, even thank us for getting acquainted with the brand.

This brand is Linser Germany. Linser means quality, many years of experience, a good team and logistics on a global level. 

We guarantee 18 months of work on all rubber tracks and 12 months of work on steel undercarriage but you'll find that these are not the products for one season only. 

 We guarantee the best prices in Poland,  free delivery for larger purchases and full satisfaction of the product.

 BMash - our primary goal is customer satisfaction.





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OPS Sp. z o.o.

We operate throughout the EU, we have suppliers around the world.


OPS Sp. z o.o.

ul. Bolesława Prusa 68,
05-800 Pruszków

+48 723-743-869

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