IMO Pumps Serviced by Ciserv

Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Ciserv AB of Gothenburg, a member of the Wärtsilä group, has signed a cooperation agreement with the Swedish pump manufacturer IMO AB in September 2005 to serve the users of IMO pumps. This is the first co-operation agreement signed by a Ciserv company with IMO, and similar agreements will be signed by other Ciserv companies in other countries world-wide. This cooperation agreement makes an important addition to the range of products and services offered by Ciserv and will improve the component availability for the customers. Ciserv will work as IMO's extended arm to supply also services for upgradings of existing installations in a wide range of applications. The agreement is designed to increase the availability of IMO pumps to their users.
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