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Gebr. Pfeiffer holds technical seminar in Turkey

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Gebr. Pfeiffer, held a technical seminar in Antalya, Turkey, on 17 – 18 April, hosting almost 50 participants. The focus of the event was maintenance and troubleshooting.

The event was hosted by Rainer Krüper, Director – After Sales Service at Gebr. Pfeiffer, with presentations, for example, from Dr Caroline Woywadt, Director – Process Technology, on grinding process optimisation and Axel Auerbach, Head of Installation and Commissioning, on the ease of maintenance of MPS and MVR mills.

Participants were also provided with information about local Gebr. Pfeiffer representatives, as well as presentations of Gebr. Pfeiffer’s partner companies, Hydac and KIMA.

Group discussions completed the event with plant owners provided the opportunity to discuss their issues with Gebr. Pfeiffer specialists.

“The Turkish customers used the occasion for intensive discussions,” the company said in a press release. “To Gebr. Pfeiffer, such dialogues are of special importance, too, because this direct communication with the customers helps us to even better understand their needs.”

“In fact, this is where we start from in our ongoing endeavour to find optimum solutions both in terms of products and services for our customers all over the world,” the company concluded.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/05062018/gebr-pfeiffer-holds-technical-seminar-in-turkey/

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