Representatives from five dealerships attended the first-ever Allu Southeast Asia dealer meeting
Allu, the Finnish-headquartered crushing and screening bucket manufacturer for industries including aggregates production, recently staged the first-ever gathering of its Southeast Asia dealer network. Five dealers were represented at the ground-breaking event in Thailand.
Allu has placed a great deal of emphasis over the last few years in growing its highly professional dealer and distributor network. Throughout Europe, Latin America, Africa, the US and increasingly Southeast Asia, the network has continued to grow, enabling customers throughout the world to easily benefit from the innovative attributes of the Allu Transformer and Processor ranges.
In order to provide customers with the very latest developments in Allu’s increasing solutions portfolio, representatives from five countries came to Thailand in May for Allu’s first-ever dealer meeting focusing on Southeast Asia. During the meeting, the dealers enjoyed a series of events aimed at providing them with the latest developments and application thinking concerning the Allu product lines.
In addition to seminars, workshops and a highly informative discussion on ‘getting the most from an Allu Transformer’, Allu product and service experts were also on-hand to provide advice in order to help the dealers assist their customers. “I thought it was an excellent occasion, enabling us at Allu to not only help our partners, but also to listen to what customers in SE Asia want from Allu,” said Allu area sales manager Jaakko Lipsanen.
The dealer meeting is part of an ongoing support programme Allu intends to hold throughout 2019 aimed at helping its dealers help their customers. Training, product support, applications guidance and pro-active servicing workshops are constantly held throughout the world by Allu specialists for its dealers and customers.
The Allu dealers attending the Southeast Asia event in Thailand were Alluxindo from Indonesia; Master Engineering from Thailand; Powerram from Malaysia; MB Rock Equipment Services Inc. from the Philippines; and Global Heavy Equipment from Vietnam.