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In the Far Eastern Federal District a new warehouse of original spare parts for CHETRA machinery
The Far Eastern warehouse of original spare parts for construction and road equipment CHETRA was opened in the city of Svobodny, on the basis of LLC "Service Industrial Machines". The product range of the warehouse is formed taking into account the CHETRA fleet of equipment operating in the region: bulldozers, excavators and pipelayers.
"Now, consumers of CHETRA equipment in the Far East without pre-orders are available a wide range of the most demanded spare parts, which significantly shortens the terms of scheduled machine repairs," said Viktor Chetverikov, executive director of CHETRA-Industrial Machines.
Earlier, within the framework of improving the service of machinery and reducing the delivery time of components for equipment operating in Siberia and the Far East, CHETRA-PM opened a warehouse of original spare parts in Transbaikalia, in the city of Chita.
In connection with the frequent cases of falsified goods, when, under the guise of new original spare parts, they sell rebuilt or counterfeit goods, the specialists of CHETRA-PM call on consumers to use only spare parts purchased in the company's dealer network, provided with documents proving their origin: quality certificates, labels with the logo "CHETRA". The use of spare parts purchased from unscrupulous suppliers significantly reduces the productivity of machines and leads to equipment breakdown and its expensive repair.
Spare parts for special equipment CHETRA are produced at the enterprises of the Concern Tractor Plants: OJSC Promtractor and OJSC Kurganmashzavod in accordance with the design documentation on the same equipment as the CHETRA equipment itself. These enterprises have a full production cycle - from casting to final processing. A complete technological chain, including procurement, thermal, welding, mechanical-assembly and tool production, as well as research, design and testing centers, is a guarantee of the reliability of the work of both the components themselves and the equipment units.