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Sulzer signs deal with GE

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In a move to increase services, parts and new equipment availability, minimise repair times, and reduce downtime, GE Power Conversion has signed an agreement with Sulzer, making it an authorised parts, new equipment, and service provider. GE electrical equipment, such as motors and generators, can now be maintained and repaired through Sulzer’s extensive service center network.

As one of the world’s largest independent maintenance specialists, Sulzer offers considerable expertise and experience in the repair of large rotating equipment. GE Power Conversion is taking advantage of the Sulzer repair facilities and extensive repair expertise, backed by the technical expertise and know-how from GE PC, to ensure that customers with GE equipment receive an unparalleled service.

The agreement between the two companies enables Sulzer to offer a wide range of services, including warranty work, that will ensure customers receive high quality repairs using original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts. Sulzer will offer service centre repairs as well as a range of field services, including installation, start-up assistance, troubleshooting, routine maintenance, testing and monitoring.

Jim Mugford, President and Global Head of Sulzer’s Electro Mechanical Services, explains: “We are dedicated to providing a superior service to a range of industries. Our track-record in providing dedicated teams of on-site engineers to deliver best-in-class solutions is second to none. Sulzer’s expertise has been recognised by one of the leading manufacturers of electrical equipment, allowing us to offer OEM parts and services direct to the owner/operators.”

Sulzer service centres are ISO 9001 certified, with the capabilities to offer complete rewinds, upgrades and engineering enhancements to ensure optimum performance and reliability in addition to performing site disassembly and installation. 


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