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Rieter opens service branch in Kahramanmaras, Turkey
Apr '17
Courtesy: Rieter
Courtesy: Rieter
Rieter, the world’s leading supplier of systems for short-staple fibre spinning in Switzerland, has announced that the company has opened a new service branch in Kahramanmaras, Turkey, on April 6, 2017, to support its customers in the south east of Turkey with faster and better service, with long-standing sales agent Erbel A.S., in Istanbul and Adana.

Turkey is one of the key markets for textiles worldwide and Kahramanmaras is at the heart of the textile industry in Turkey. More than 60 per cent of the installed base of Rieter machines in Turkey is located within a radius of around 200 kilometres. The name of the new service branch is Rieter Ltd. Kahramanmaras, which is a subsidiary of Rieter Textile Machinery Trading & Services Ltd., Istanbul, Turkey.

The new service branch in Kahramanmaras ideally complements Rieter’s strong presence in Turkey and provides state-of-the-art solutions and dedicated support to local customers.

The portfolio in Kahramanmaras comprises both mechanical and electronic services. These include the revision of gear units, servomotor adjustments, as well as repairs and upgrades using original parts.

The service branch in Kahramanmaras also has a spare parts warehouse, where the most important and critical spare parts are available. These include, for example, control units, sensors, and drive systems. This enables fast replacement, and, therefore minimum production downtime – for the benefit of customers, which can access these at short notice, especially in emergencies.

In addition to original spare parts, Rieter also offers after-sales service products such as mill assessments to its customers worldwide. Other features include comprehensive after-sales solutions across all processes. This enables customers to increase their competitiveness over the long term. The product range is rounded off by installation and repair services, technology consulting, and training. (GK)

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