Monday, February 15, 2016

ZF Services form repairers to new technologies – argus

ZF Services Equipment Manufacturer Training r & # xe9; preparation
With the emergence of “technologies increasingly complex life cycles shorter vehicle models” , ZF Services offers since last year of new training programs for mechanics. An approach that seems to generate some interest since the equipment announced that more than 12,000 repair (cars, trucks, Bus & amp; Cars) in the world have attended these sessions. “The repair shops and in particular independent repairers must regularly update their knowledge in order to stay in the race” raises ZF Services.

These courses focus on different types of products, such as clutches, steering systems & amp; suspension, shock absorbers, gearboxes and bridges. “Our training goes far beyond the room ZF Services, but incorporates all the interventions upstream and downstream, including giving access to procedures and highly detailed user manuals …” , says Dr. Ulrich Walz, member of the Board of ZF Services.

“Capturing new markets”

Last year, 600 engineers participated the various sessions offered everywhere in France. “Our training, especially for the independent aftermarket, are one exception (gearboxes), including all free and allow independent distributors to offer this service to their customers repairers. Indeed, our trainers will travel to the regions to allow one hand repairers to increase efficiency and retailers to keep customers’ says Gilbert Soufflet, marketing communication manager ZF Services France. Last year, the flywheel dual mass formation with the clutch control systems has encountered the most interest from independent repairers.

In fiscal year 2016, the sessions on the operation and the diagnostics for mechanical boxes echoshift kind and robotised gearboxes type Traxon have been a high demand.

Gilbert Soufflet, “These trainings help repairers to capture new markets and independent distributors to increase sales of these parts regularly escape their” .


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