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Lincad opens Service & Maintenance Centre

Posted 3 July 2017 · Add Comment

Lincad Ltd. has opened a new Service & Maintenance Centre for its customers worldwide, at its headquarters in Ash Vale, Surrey.



The facility provides exclusive maintenance, repair and upgrade services for all Lincad batteries and chargers.

The Service & Maintenance Centre opened last month, after the company signed three large repair and upgrade contracts earlier in the year. The new facility greatly augments Lincad’s after-sales provision to its existing customers and strengthens its potential to expand further into the servicing and maintenance arena to meet the growing demand for through life support.

Currently, the Service & Maintenance Centre is exclusively open to Lincad customers, although the company has plans to expand its provision in the future. It provides a rapid turnaround of products sent in for maintenance, repair or upgrade, and Lincad’s expertise is on hand to provide customers with technical advice.

Joint Managing Director at Lincad, Janet Rowe said: “Our recent success in winning not just one but three large-scale repair and upgrade contracts demonstrates the positive impact Lincad is having on this part of our industry. We are thrilled with our customers’ response to our new facility, which has been eagerly anticipated and well-received.”

Peter Slade, Joint Managing Director added: “The new Lincad Service & Maintenance Centre is already adding value to what we are offering our customers. Now, they can rely on us not only to supply them with top quality, bespoke batteries and chargers, but also to keep them in the best possible condition to extend their life, providing further cost saving to our customers.”

Lincad manufactures and supplies batteries, chargers and power management systems for military applications to military and defence customers around the world. Its main customers are the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and UK defence primes. More recently, Lincad has been involved in developing new battery, charger and power management technologies for specialist applications across a range of different sectors.

 

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