Sulzer has announced the opening of a service centre in Semenyih, Selangor state, Malaysia, which marks another milestone for the company’s operations in Asia-Pacific.
The company now has some 20 service centres in the region.
Important local industries including oil and gas, power generation and water will benefit from the recent opening of the new service centre in Semenyih. Specialising in centrifugal pumps, compressors, steam turbines and electric motors, the 850 m2 purpose-built service centre has been designed to deliver efficient services that improve reliability and performance.
Simon Roberts, Sulzer’s Head of Pump Services, South-East Asia, commented: “We have a reputation for delivering round-the-clock maintenance support where it is needed and using cutting-edge technology to minimise downtime for our customers. Now, all of this is available throughout Malaysia. The new service centre offers specialist services as well as conventional engineering services including dynamic balancing, condition monitoring and root cause analysis.”
The comprehensive range of services is especially suited to supporting power generation, the expanding petrochemical industry, as well as both onshore and offshore oil and gas installations. As part of Sulzer’s global service centre network, the Semenyih facility can access other specialist services such as high-speed balancing and high-voltage coil manufacturing.
To enhance the customer experience, the new service centre will also retain experienced field service engineers to support with on-site installation and commissioning, as well as fault-finding and condition monitoring.
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