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SEW-Eurodrive enhances Perth coverage with new office

Drives solutions group, SEW-Eurodrive, has opened a new sales and service centre in Perth, Western Australia, located in the industrial suburb of Welshpool.

The new SEW-Eurodrive premises is manned by a team of qualified engineers and experienced technical staff members, the company says.

Featuring on-site assembly, service and training facilities, SEW-Eurodrive’s new sales and service centre also provides industry with premium access to the company’s range of motor and drive technologies, expertise and spares, the company claims.

According to SEW-Eurodrive WA state manager, Trevor Hughes, the new facility is four times the size of the company’s previous premises and has been purpose-designed to accommodate the assembly and repair of larger-sized complete drive packages.

“This 2300-square-metre site features 800 square metres of electrical and mechanical workshops,” he said.

“In addition to 16-tonne and five-tonne overhead gantry cranes, we also have a two-tonne jib crane. This heavy-lifting capability — plus the additional workshop space — will facilitate the assembly and repair of larger size drive assemblies.”

This extended capacity will enhance SEW-Eurodrive’s ability to support heavy industry — especially the mining industry.

“This is the largest drive-systems assembly and repair facility in the Perth area, and features capacity to hold over $1 million of stock,” said Hughes.

“This will enable us to provide a broader level of service and a quicker turnaround. SEW-Eurodrive is genuinely in a league of its own in terms of being able to support the local market place.”

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