FLSmidth opens service center in Mexico

By |  September 18, 2014

FLSmidth opened its new service center in Zacatecas— its first center in Mexico. Around 200 individuals attended the opening, including Zacatecas State Governor Miguel Alonso Reyes, Secretary of Economy and Social Development Patricia Salinas and Mayor Ingeniero Horacio Franco.

Rather than cutting a ribbon to celebrate the opening, the company managers planted a tree to symbolize future growth.

“FLSmidth’s service centers and supercenters represent a forward-thinking step in customer service because of the unique and specific ways each local center can interact with the particular needs of the customer in its immediate area,” says Romy Gibbons, FLSmidth’s global supercenter director. “This includes everything from the convenience and availability of services and parts to training programs and job creation for members of the local community.”

FLSmidth operates a number of service centers around the world, including Australia, South Africa, Chile, Peru, USA and Mexico.

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