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Servomex launches new facility

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,


Servomex has announced the launch of a new facility in the Netherlands.

The major investment sees a new workshop facility with a dedicated analyser test area and workshop, plus additional space for office and training, and to allow expansion for other repair requirements.

The new facility allows Servomex to maintain and enhance its service capabilities in the region, offering fast turnaround, on-site repairs, and upgrades. Alongside its main European repair centre, based in the UK, it will allow Servomex to reduce complexity and turnaround times for repairs.

It comes as part of Servomex’s global service strategy, which continues to localise the service network where possible, while working to deliver an enhanced global experience to all customers.

Mark Calvert, Global Head of Service, commented: “We are committed to providing additional support regionally and to maximise efficiency in the region. This new facility also supports the Servomex Brexit strategy, to minimise any impact on the customer and increase repair times. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that all Servomex customers receive excellent local service and reduced turnaround times, wherever they are in the world.”

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/09072021/servomex-launches-new-facility/

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