TVH will service dACi-series inverters
TVH has been appointed as the worldwide service centre for Schwarzmüller Inverter (SME), a German high technology manufacturer of electronic controllers and related products for application in battery-powered vehicles.
SME is now redirecting all customers to TVH for repairs of their Schwarzmüller Inverter dACi-series inverters which have now been phased out.
In addition to the repair services that SME used to provide, and to further improve the service level, TVH will now also offer most of the dACi inverters in its service exchange programme. While Schwarzmüller Inverter will continue to focus on the development and manufacturing of innovative solutions for OEM customers, TVH will provide all services for the dACi-series of inverters.
Johnnie Rask Jensen, CMO of SME Group, says: "Through the alliance with TVH, we are now able to provide extended and superior service on our phased-out dACi-series inverters to our customers all around the world. The experience and the organisation of TVH will provide benefit to our customers that will now have local support."
Expanding the partnership with SME Group is a strong endorsement of TVH, according to Lorenz Verfaillie, director - electronics of TVH Parts. "It proves that SME Group thinks of TVH as a suitable partner and that TVH has done a good job in recent years. Our experienced and skilled technical team has received all training and all technical information to remanufacture dACi inverters. We are ready to serve our customers."
SME Group (with SME and Schwarzmüller Inverter brands) is part of Dana TM4, a leading designer of low- and high-voltage electric motors, generators, power electronics, and control systems. Dana TM4 is headquartered in Boucherville, Québec, Canada.