Maha Ireland is offering its customers a reassuring helping hand with the option of preventative maintenance cover, which would help maintain excellent performance levels and stretch the lifecycle of their workshop equipment.
Naturally, global market conditions and consequential increases of inflation are concerns for automotive professionals, so the last thing Maha Ireland’s customers need is to be forced into premature downtime – a preventative maintenance agreement would help alleviate that possibility – but how?
It’s no secret that equipment needs to be regularly maintained to reduce the risk of breakdown; after signing-up, Maha Ireland says it will generate an annual schedule reminder, agree dates in advance and allocate just three hours per test lane.
What’s more, with the engineers’ abundance of knowledge and experience, they are often able to identify and act upon unforeseen, underlying issues that could otherwise create unplanned, inconvenient interruptions.
The preventative maintenance service will also enhance safety and working conditions for staff, with a detailed record of work performed provided upon completion.
Preventative maintenance is available at equipment purchase or during its service life. Maha Ireland has already commenced performing maintenance programmes for a number of customers, with strong positive feedback reported.
Maha Ireland managing director, Eoin Mallon, said: “We are acutely aware that global market conditions are forcing businesses to make tough decisions and another expense is last thing they want; however, having equipment outages or breakdowns only compounds the problem.
“Therefore, we urge our customers to investigate preventative maintenance and, hopefully, they see the tremendous, supportive benefits that it offers.
“While we can’t control circumstances around the globe, we can take charge of customers’ equipment and best ensure it will thrive long into the future.”