Brevini Power Transmission invests in aftermarket services to help end-users minimise downtime

Posted: Wednesday 11th June 2014

Brevini has committed significant investment to updating its UK service facilities. This has been done to meet the requirements of the business as it grows within its key market sectors. The aftermarket maintenance and repair service is well known for helping end-users to keep downtime to a minimum through routine inspections, preventative maintenance schedules and emergency repairs. The investment includes new equipment for on-site inspections, an upgrade of its workshop, and the appointment of a new Aftermarket Manager, Andrew Baggaley.

Brevini Power Transmission is well known within most industrial sectors for offering a high-quality aftermarket service which offers fast results. Its engineers are able to carry out on-site inspections of gearboxes and offer preventative maintenance in the event that a potential failure is identified. Where necessary it is also able to carry out complete strip-downs, refurbishments and repairs at its workshop in Scunthorpe. The service extends beyond Brevini manufactured gearboxes to all industrial drives, and is often cheaper than OEM servicing thanks to the buying power of the Brevini Group.

In order to keep up with increased market demand and maintain the high level of service, Brevini has recently invested in its Aftermarket Service Centre to make sure it can keep response time low for all jobs. Labour saving tooling has been bought - including environmentally friendly auto-wash facilities - to help streamline the workshop and new diagnostic tools have been procured for on-site inspection.

Andrew Baggaley comments on his appointment and the ongoing investment: "Brevini is one of the best known names in the power transmission industry, so joining the team is extremely exciting. I'm looking forward to working with the service team as well as our customers to ensure that we continue to offer the best service possible. The investment allows us to continue to expand our Aftermarket Service without losing the personal, reliable reputation that we already enjoy."




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