ABB Turbocharging has announced that it will be celebrating the opening of a new service facility in Frederica, Denmark on 12 June 2014. The ceremony will also mark the completion of the amalgamation of its activities in Norway, Denmark and Sweden into a single local business unit (LBU).
ABB Turbocharging Scandinavia will comprise of 40 staff in six locations. The LBU has service stations in Oslo and Bergen in Norway, Göteborg in Sweden and the new central workshop for Denmark in Fredericia. There are an additional two service engineers and a sales team stationed in Copenhagen.
According to LBU manager, Joachim Bremer, Fredericia is an excellent location that allows literally all locations of Denmark to be in reached in approximately 2 – 3 hours. “The location also has the additional advantage of being an established and a big ABB site, where there are a considerable number of ABB employees in the large workshop site, with excellent logistics and more facilities. The turbocharging workshop also meets high safety standards as requires for our service operations”.
“Being close to our customers with local-to-local execution of services and sales remains our focus. Service coordination for Norway will be performed by a team in Oslo while a joint team in the large service station in Göteborg will manage the service activities for Denmark and Sweden”, Bremer said.
Adapted from a press release by Emma McAleavey.
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