Oerlikon MMF service station in Vadodara
Georg Stausberg, CEO of the Oerlikon Manmade fibres segment, recently inaugurated the companyâ€™s new service station in Vadodara, India
Georg Stausberg, CEO of the Oerlikon Manmade fibres segment, recently inaugurated the companyâ€™s new service station in Vadodara, India. The location is part of the Global Service Network, providing 24/7 hotline support to customers worldwide.
The service station is situated on a plot area of more than 8,000mÂ², of which around 3,000mÂ² have already been utilised for the current built-up unit, which contains a comprehensive mechanical and electronics workshop. Moreover, the enhanced facilities include a well-equipped training center, more storage space for customers and panel assembly operations.
In his welcome speech at the inauguration, Georg Stausberg pointed out the future-oriented approach that was adhered to while building the service station. Here, he emphasized that the generously-proportioned service station is superlatively equipped for the challenges of the growing Indian market and customersâ€™ requirements in terms of high-tech, top-quality services. He further mentioned the importance of the Indian market for the Oerlikon Manmade fibre segment with its capacity of nearly 4 million tons of textile filament: â€œWe are looking back at an almost 60-year history of close cooperation with Indian partners, which started in 1959 with the first delivery of Barmag take up equipment to an Indian customer.â€ Bhanu Patel, Managing Director of Oerlikon Textile India stressed in his speech the continued commitment to being the preferred technology partner of the Indian manmade fibre industry.