HATLAPA Detbuts New Maintenance Plan

(Press Release)
Tuesday, August 16, 2011

In order to decrease the worry of the equipment breaking down at sea and thus incurring unplanned repair costs, HATLAPA is offering a new maintenance plan and health check for its products. Understanding the potential danger a damaged winch can cause, HATLAPA wants to ensure that all its equipment is working to its highest potential at all times.
“In order to ensure that our customers experience the best possible care, HATLAPA is offering a mooring service for winches and a comprehensive service package for compressors. This provides the fleet manager with an opportunity to buy “peace of mind” and avoid nasty surprises”, explains HATLAPA’s Fleet Support Manager Thorsten Schäfer. “As part of HATLAPA’s Fleet Support, the customers’ equipment is fully inspected, resulting in a detailed report of any issues as well as future maintenance recommendations.”
HATLAPA’s comprehensive service package for compressors lets you manage your compressors with no extra hassle. For a flat monthly fee, you are covered for any spare parts that you may need, and any labour from HATLAPA’s dedicated engineers with extensive knowledge and expertise. Thorsten Schäfer: “In addition to keeping your compressors well maintained, there will be no surprise costs or additional fees.”
HATLAPA’s mooring service offers a tailored maintenance plan for your winches – starting with a basic service package, customers are able to add different items to tailor the maintenance to their needs.
http://www.hatlapa.de

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