Terex AWP opens parts centre in Moscow

By Maria Hadlow15 February 2011

Terex AWP (Aerial Work Platforms) plans to open a Parts Distribution Centre in Moscow, Russia next month (March 2011).

The Distribution Centre is located near the Domodedovo airport and the Simferopolskoe highway for easy access to the country's main transport links. It will serve Genie customers in Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus.

More than 1200 of the most frequently ordered Genie parts will be available from the Centre and customers will be able to choose their transport method and delivery time, including a next day delivery service. The centre will be staffed Monday to Friday from 9am to 7pm.

Howard Wilkinson, director of logistics and operations for EMEAR (Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia) said, "The addition of a parts distribution centre in Moscow reflects Terex AWP's ongoing commitment to provide responsive customer support and is an important component of the services we offer in the region. The new parts centre will provide savings on freight and speed up deliveries to our customers."

Starting in the first quarter of 2011, the new Distribution Centre will also store a selection of new and used equipment to offer faster deliveries to the region.

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