Montabert facility to enhance rebuilds, repairs

By |  October 17, 2023
With the addition of in-house rebuild and repair capabilities, Montabert now has a factory-trained breaker technician on-site at all times. The company says it can closely monitor quality of work, control scheduling and have all parts in-house. Also, repair and rebuild turnaround for breaker customers has been cut by two to three days. Photo: Montabert

With the addition of in-house rebuild and repair capabilities, Montabert now has a factory-trained breaker technician on-site at all times. The company says it can closely monitor quality of work, control scheduling and have all parts in-house. Also, Montabert says repair and rebuild turnaround for breaker customers has been cut by two to three days. Photo: Montabert

Montabert USA celebrated the launch of its new in-house repair and remanufacturing capabilities at its North American operations facility in Nashville, Illinois.

The facility, located about 50 miles east of St Louis, spans 50,000 sq. ft. that is not only used to work on Montabert hydraulic breakers, but for the distribution of the company’s complete product line, centralized parts warehousing, and shipping throughout North America.

Prior to the expansion, rebuilds and repairs of Montabert breakers in the U.S. were handled at a partner facility in Tennessee.

“With the addition of in-house rebuild and repair capabilities, we now have a Montabert factory-trained breaker technician on-site at all times,” says Amanda Carpenter, sales office, warehouse and distribution manager at Montabert USA. “We can closely monitor quality of work, control scheduling and have all parts in-house.

“Our repair and rebuild turnaround for breaker customers has been cut by three days, which, in an industry where downtime costs add up quickly, is immense,” she adds. “Our strategic location in south central Illinois, with the proximity of interstate highways, also cuts down on transport costs for our customers and for us.”

Montabert plans to offer rebuilds for drifters and its line of silent demolition equipment at the new facility, as well.

“The addition of reman and repair capabilities to our existing distribution facility has taken our industry-leading product support capabilities to the next level,” says Aaron Scarfia, general manager at Montabert USA. “We are now able to more efficiently support our customers with preventative maintenance of their Montabert products, protecting their investments now and into the future.”

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