Yanmar Centre Ridderkerk New Outlet

Monday, January 04, 2010

Diesel Techniek Rotterdam BV in Ridderkerk, generally known as DTR Yanmar Centre, will open on January 3 the doors of a new outlet.  The company’s activities will all be combined at this address.

Diesel Techniek Rotterdam is the official dealer of Yanmar, a producer of diesel engines for the shipping industry and the manufacturing industry. The entire Yanmar programme will be delivered by Diesel Techniek Rotterdam.

The new branch is located on the Nieuwe Maas river and is very accessible. From this location Diesel Techniek Rotterdam will be providing a unique spare parts and distribution service. A wide range of spare parts will be stocked, the showroom will display various engines, pump sets and generators and a workshop provided with state-of-the-art equipment is to be opened.

Parallel to this, DTR will also open the virtual doors to its new website and part store at www.yanmarcenter.nl. This online service will allow the company to help clients quickly
and efficiently with urgent need for information or parts.

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