Safety centres spread
23 January 2013
Draeger says it offers its customers 'a total solution' rather than just 'a product'. As part of this 'total solution' offering, Draeger has opened a number of dedicated Safety Centres across the UK. Located in Abe
As part of this 'total solution' offering, Draeger has opened a number of dedicated Safety Centres across the UK.
Located in Aberdeen, Blyth, Gatwick and Plymouth, additional centres are also currently being discussed.
Developed to meet business demands and serve its customers better, the centres are intended to bring Draeger closer to its customers. Combining sales and service from experienced personnel, they also offer a wide range of training courses and access to the complete range of Draeger gas detection and respiratory protection products on a short or long term rental basis.
Representing a significant capital investment and employing around 50 people so far, the Safety Centres are at the forefront of a new era in Draeger customer service.
Additional centres are currently being discussed, as is the potential to work with partners in joint facilities.
Also under development is an E-learning platform which is set to take online training to a 'completely new level'.
"We are fully committed to meeting our customers' needs and believe that we can help to ensure the utmost safety for those customers," says Draegers' Brian Hesler.
"A total solution offering is the key to our success and the key to a safer future."