Deesign Partnership Ltd, designers and manufacturers of the original micro-diggers, was founded in 1985 when partners Roger and Christine Dee returned to the UK after spending 3 years designing, manufacturing and marketing products in America for the construction industry.
Only 3 years after returning to the UK, Deesign Partnership had won the first ever BBC Design Awards competition in 1988, and the British Design Award for their expertise in design, featuring the very first micro digger now known as Toe-Hoe, and various other small construction and earthmoving equipment.
Their son Terry designed a hydraulic tipping system for the first micro dumper introduced into the UK by Honda. The Honda HP400 powered carrier was sold through the existing dealer network and the concept of micro dumpers was then recognized in the industry for hire along-side micro/mini diggers.
We soon realized there was a need for a lighter, smoother, faster and more cost effective micro-dumper than was available in the market place, hence the first motorized wheelbarrow (Bizzy) was developed in 1986. The first machine had only two front drive wheels and had to be supported by the operator. Although it worked quite well it was certainly not as user friendly as the current micro-dumper.
Since 1993 the muck-truck® has evolved to become the worlds most popular pedestrian micro-dumper. The secret behind the continued success of the muck-truck® is constant research, development and listening to our customer feedback. Our success has evolved to now manufacturing the muck-truck™ power barrow in 4 continents world wide.
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