Introducing Alimak Service

Introducing Alimak Service
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The Alimak Group brands; CoxGomyl, Manntech, Alimak and Avanti are now launching a joint, global OEM support organization under the name of Alimak Service.

In 2016 CoxGomyl and Manntech were sold to global vertical access solution company, Alimak Group. While the brands continue to operate separately, the combined Group benefits mean a broadened product portfolio, greater supply chain efficiencies and R&D opportunities creating an even stronger, unrivalled capability with 100 distribution points and 2,400 employees around the world.

Alimak Group has been a pioneer and industry leader for 70 years and each part of the Group has a proud history as global leaders in their various markets. The Group’s products and services are supplied under four key brands which are renowned for their strong safety record and supply of high quality vertical access solutions including building maintenance units and façade access solutions, construction hoists and platforms, industrial elevators and service lift systems for wind turbine towers.

The Alimak Group brands; CoxGomyl, Manntech, Alimak and Avanti are now launching a joint, global OEM support organization under the name of Alimak Service to provide world-leading After Sales support services to owners and users of Alimak Group products across the globe.

Alimak Group products will be supported by Alimak Service, the Group’s dedicated Aftersales organisation providing a broad range of services including: service agreements, genuine replacement parts, exchange components, upgrade packages, complete refurbishments, inspections and training. Alimak Service provides global service support to ensure the highest levels of product uptime and operator safety over the total lifecycle of the equipment.

“Through Alimak Service, our customers will continue to receive the high-quality spare parts and services of the brands that they have come to expect but with the added benefits of an increased geographical footprint, added capabilities and even more timely support”, says Tormod Gunleiksrud, CEO Alimak Group.

With operations in 21 countries and 700 employees, Alimak Service is part of Alimak Group which was founded in Sweden in 1948 and has its headquarters in Stockholm. Read more at www.alimakservice.com.

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