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Brammer Buck & Hickman opens new engineering centre
25 March 2019
Offering a specialist workshop, repair and engineering services designed to reduce downtime and increase efficiency for customers nationwide, Brammer Buck & Hickman new engineering service centre in Aylesford, Kent, has been officially opened by CEO Mark Dixon.
Live gearbox and motor refurbishment demonstrations were held throughout the day, along with a demonstration of Condition Monitoring services including vibration analysis, ultrasonic equipment and laser alignment.
The event also showcased Invend, Brammer Buck and Hickman’s Industrial Vending solution. Demonstrated by regional key account manager, Matt Newland, customers got the chance to see Invend in action as well as receive in-depth knowledge on how to implement this solution within their premises.
Peter Burrows, regional director of Brammer Buck & Hickman said: “The day has been really successful. We’ve had a large number of people come down and the atmosphere in the centre has been great. By inviting customers to experience all the services we offer first hand, we can really connect with them and show them that we really do provide more than just parts.”
Four Engineering Centres are now fully operational, with more to follow over the coming months. These centres allow Brammer Buck & Hickman to provide engineering expertise on a local basis throughout the whole of the UK.
Nigel Banks, MD of value-added service at Brammer Bick & Hickman, commented: “Brammer Buck & Hickman are well known for the provision of industrial supplies. The investment in our engineering centres is part of a wider move towards adding value to the customer experience by offering access to comprehensive service to support the maintenance and repair of production machinery.”
Brammer Buck & Hickman is the UK’s leading distributor of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products, with a focus on reducing customer’s total acquisition costs and working capital, whilst increasing production efficiency