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Metalock Denmark Changes Name to MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery


Published Jun 30, 2017
MAN Diesel & Turbo

Metalock Denmark, the global specialist in field-machining within the marine, wind and industry segments, has changed its name to MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery, becoming a full member of MAN PrimeServ, MAN Diesel & Turbo’s after-sales division. MAN Diesel & Turbo took over Metalock in 2008, since when it has continued to provide in-situ machining services globally from its base in Copenhagen.

Per Rud, Head of PrimeServ Diesel, says, “This is a strategic move on our part. We have long felt that there were advantages to bringing MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery – with its unique capabilities – into the PrimeServ fold, essentially eliminating any gap between its customers and the PrimeServ organisation. I welcome MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery and am confident that this move will be beneficial for the now-expanded PrimeServ family and customers alike”

Stig Holm, Head of MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery, says, “Our integration into the MAN family offers a greater synergy to our customers with the easier access to global on-site support that belonging to the PrimeServ network entails. With this move, MAN PrimeServ now supports all customers looking for partners that offer all-in-one support for in-situ machining within our key segments with an increased focus on the marine segment and up-tower repair for the wind industry. Essentially, MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery’s mission remains the same as always: to minimise the downtime of our customers’ equipment.”

Tags: MAN Diesel & Turbo, MAN PrimeServ, MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery, Metalock Denmark




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