ERIKS is inviting local businesses to an open day at its 15,000 square foot combined Service Centre and Workshop in Leeds on the 26th and 27th of June 2012. The Leeds Service Centre and Workshop Know-how Event will showcase the new, state-of-the-art local facility and, using demonstrations and seminars, explain how ERIKS, the leading engineering maintenance and repair company, can help improve production reliability whilst minimising operating costs through improved efficiencies. On show will be the latest product innovations available through ERIKS, with technical specialists on hand to explain how customers can use these tools to improve the performance and efficiency of their own operations.
A series of seminars will run over the two days, allowing visitors to take part in debates and meet like-minded professionals to discuss technical issues over refreshments, including tea and bacon butties on the morning of the 27th, and a hog roast on the afternoon of the 26th.
Visitors will also be able to take a tour with one of the ERIKS technical team, who can introduce some of the best practices and procedures offered by ERIKS and explain how it problem solves for its customers across all rotating equipment, high voltage systems and even via its hygienic cell in the pump workshop.
The Leeds branch also offers a dedicated hydraulic hose assembly cell, which is the first of ERIKS' UK centres to offer the new Call, Collect & Connect service. This allows customers to order replacement hose assemblies over the phone or fax and then collect them within the hour. ERIKS can also offer same-day delivery of hoses to save customers from paying excessive courier charges.
The Leeds superbranch was launched during October 2011, creating a number of new job opportunities and bringing together two of the company's existing sites in the area - the ERIKS' Industrial Distribution Service Centre and the ERIKS' Electro Mechanical Service Centre - into a much larger space with many more facilities. This has enabled ERIKS to improve still further its wide range of services for the provision and maintenance of machine parts, such as motors, bearings and fans, and to broaden its capability in other areas, for example, in the supply and maintenance of pumps, with the Leeds branch becoming a Product Business Unit for pump repairs.
Those interested in attending the open day are asked to contact their nearest service centre via phone or email, and to book space for the seminars in advance.