Allu has announced that CBS Wearparts A/S is its new distributor in Denmark. The company will supply a comprehensive range of Allu transformer and processor attachments, as well as providing full aftermarket care, spare parts, and dedicated customer service.
Based in Glumsø, Denmakr, CBS Wearparts aims to deliver innovative solutions, partnering with clients to understand their needs, culture, and business aspirations. This understanding allows the company to provide service and advanced solutions to meet a variety of challenges.
Although a relatively recently formed company, it is known in the Danish construction industry for a special focus on serving the aftermarket requirements for crushing and screening equipment. Its product ranges include wear and spare parts for crushers, screens, conveyors, and wear parts for loaders, as well as providing renovation services for crushers and screens.
Claus Buch, Managing Director of CBS Wearparts, spotted the potential of the Allu ranges of transformers and processors, leading to the company being appointed Allu’s dealer in Denmark, reinforcing Allu’s commitment to providing greater levels of customer focus. It also enhances locally-focused customer support, whilst at the same time enabling these customers to benefit from dealing with a global company.
In practical terms, this means that, as well as CBS Wearparts providing ‘point of contact’ customer support when required, the company will be able to call on round the clock assistance from Allu’s Finland-based technical support department. This will enable customers to benefit from the specialised advice and assistance that has made Allu a leading supplier of material processing attachments.
“We are sure that the combination of Allu equipment and global aftermarket support, together with the local knowledge and industry expertise of CBS Wearparts, will enable Allu customers throughout Denmark to benefit from a winning combination,” said Marjut Lindroos, Group Marketing Manager at Allu.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/09102019/new-distributor-for-allu-in-denmark/
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