Sulzer Opens Its First Pumps Service Center in Russia


Sulzer Pumps is opening its first service center in Russia. Located in Khimki, Moscow, the new service center will provide repair and retrofit service for industrial pumping systems for Russian customers and help to strengthen Sulzer Pumps presence in Russia.

Sulzer Opens Its First Pumps Service Center in Russia

Outside view of the new Sulzer pumps service center in Moscow, Russia (Image: Sulzer)

Operating one of the largest service networks in the industry, Sulzer Pumps has more than 60 service facilities with experienced specialists around the world close to customers.

The service center in Moscow was constructed according to Sulzer Pumps global quality standards and meets all local industry regulations. The service engineers working in the service center have experience in local refineries and power stations and have also received trainings on the wide range of Sulzer Pumps products and capabilities. The service center is equipped for repairs, retrofit and efficiency improvement activities of existing pumps as well as the complete packaging of new ones. The service center will also offer trainings to employees of local customers.

In 2010, Sulzer expanded its engineering and manufacturing plant for separation technology in Serpukhov. Following the opening of the pumps service center in Khimki, Sulzer Pumps plans to add service centers in other parts of Russia as of the company continues to invest in the technology sector of Russian industry. In addition, to providing solutions for the oil and gas, hydrocarbon processing and power generation industries, Sulzer Pumps investments also support modernization in these areas.

An opening ceremony to inaugurate the new pumps service center was held on September 21, 2011.

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