Discussion:
Organization of technical support

Hello everyone. There is an idea to organize online training and remote technical support for the repair of electrical warehouse equipment (Jungheinrich, Still, Linde and other brands). We are different from the official service department. Many years of experience in repair and diagnostics. Also extensive experience in repairing controllers and components.
What do you think about such a proposal?
  • Posted 4 May 2021 17:15
  • Discussion started by pavel_y
  • Donetsk region, Ukraine
Specialized repair of electrical equipment warehouse. Repair of controllers and components

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