FLSmidth opens service centre in Central Asia
Published by Jessica Casey,
Global Mining Review,
FLSmidth has opened a new Service Supercenter in Karagandy, Kazakhstan. The 5200m2 space will focus on the efficient delivery of mining equipment, component maintenance and facilitate rapid on-site service and 24/7 local support. The facility was inaugurated on 4 March 2021 to meet a high demand for service and technical support in Kazakhstan and Central Asia.
The service centre includes a 2500m2 warehouse and a 1200 m2 workshop, as well as a customer service office, customer training centre and other support facilities. The Supercenter holds a range of inventory and a strategic range of lab equipment and spare and wear parts.
The Supercenter has a primary emphasis on supplying solutions that extend an asset’s lifecycle, such as: repairs and rebuilds, equipment and components upgrades, parts and consumables strategic stocking programes, technical assistance, and customised service packages. The centre ensures customers receive the knowhow to optimise their operations, as well as support when it comes to inspections, process audits and technical issues.
“The main concept of the Supercenter is to get closer to our mining and cement customers across Kazakhstan and Central Asia and support them with the best solutions, fast access to spare and wear parts, and, of course, local knowhow and expertise. This move supports FLSmidth’s ever-growing focus on customer service and aftermarket,” commented Mikko Keto, Mining President at FLSmidth.
“Our large regional installed base will be well served by this new Supercenter. It will allow us to work side by side with customers to better understand and solve their challenges – and to deliver sustainable productivity solutions to their operations. Customers can expect world-class on-site service, indoor repairs and refurbishment, exchange programmes, lab testing, training and excellent spare part support. The Supercenter ensures 24/7 local support for on-site services such as installation, commissioning, maintenance support, shutdowns and turnkey solutions,” concluded Sergey Gorbunov, Managing Director for Kazakhstan and Central Asia.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/04032021/flsmidth-opens-service-centre-in-central-asia/
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