Thursday, 13 December 2012 15:44

Monitor Issue 64

News of our two brand new laboratories, the acquisition of ABB’s condition monitoring division, a new branch in the Northern Cape, the launch of the first Wind Turbine test kit, exhibits at Electra Mining and Windaba . . . these are just some of the stories that are featured in the latest edition of the WearCheck Monitor newsletter. On a…
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 12:43

African Cup of Nations

The African Cup of Nations is just around the corner. Commencing on the 19th of January 2013! To build up some hype and to show our support we have created a Viewing Schedule highlighting all the matches and times so you can keep track of your teams progress. Click here to download (1.1MB)
Thursday, 22 November 2012 10:34

WearCheck acquires ABB division, expands services

South Africa-based oil analysis specialists WearCheck recently acquired the Condition Monitoring division of ABB, making WearCheck the only company in Africa - and one of only a handful globally - that can provide a highly sophisticated, complete condition monitoring service to all industry and mining. The acquisition of the ABB division fits into WearCheck’s strategy to offer a complete industrial…
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 11:04

Customer feedback is key to meeting customers’ needs

‘We are grateful to all companies that returned their completed customer services questionnaires. Feedback forms a crucial aspect in the successful development of our business, allowing us to ensure that our products, services and support meet our customers’ requirements,’ says WearCheck sales developer Kay Meyrick. ‘A strong focus on customer satisfaction through active and on-going dialogue is essential to maintain…
Thursday, 20 September 2012 14:40

Electra Mining 2012

The WearCheck team, just back from exhibiting at Electra Mining 2012 in Johannesburg, extends a hearty thank you to all the customers who came to visit the WearCheck stand at the expo. ‘The outstanding turnout this year and the intense interest in our products and services for the mining industry is evidence that the market is strong,’ says Francis Berner…
Friday, 17 August 2012 12:44

Monitor Issue 63

WearCheck continues to lead the way in the condition monitoring sector, with innovations in several key areas.  These include a brand new laboratory in Gauteng, a new reliability solutions division, new ISO 17025 accreditation, two new XRF spectrometers and even a new troubleshooting toolkit. The latest bumper edition of WearCheck’s Monitor newsletter covers all these stories, as well as practical,…
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