​ThyssenKrupp opens new industrial service centre

ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions has opened a new plant
service centre in Henderson, Western Australia.

Featuring 3000 square metres of undercover warehousing for
the storage of parts and components, the facility runs over 1.5 hectares in
total and has 7000 square meters of hard standing yard for construction and pre-assembly
work, and is located near the company’s existing workshops.

“This expansion is an important milestone to strengthen the company’s
plant technology capabilities and to enhance the support services for the
company’s customers from the mining sector,” ThyssenKrupp said in a company
statement.

Speaking at the opening of the facility, ThyssenKrupp Industrial
Solutions (Australia) managing director Greg Breakell said “our new Henderson
service centre reinforces our commitment to Australia and our customer-centric
approach”.

“This unique combination of technology expertise and
execution capability allows us to offer engineering, procurement, and
construction projects as well as associated services from a single source.”

The launch of the new facility comes just days after
ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions integrated Uhde Shedden, Polysius, and
ThyssenKrupp Materials Handling into to a single unit.

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