Excellent quality due to first-class materials, innovative solutions as well as a close interchange of experiences and know-how with customers and partners. These are the claims that Combi Wear Parts AB from Kristinehamn in Sweden as well as Rädlinger Maschinen- und Stahlbau GmbH from Cham in Germany have with regards to their own products and services.
And not only the similar company philosophy connects the two enterprises. Rädlinger Maschinen- und Stahlbau is now the second certified sales partner of the Swedes in Germany. Except from kits for basic equipment, they are also entitled to deliver and store individual spare parts. The corresponding document was handed over at the world’s leading trade fair bauma in April in Munich, where both Combi Wear Parts and Rädlinger were exhibitors.
Win-win situation for both companies
Extremely resistant wear parts such as teeth and armours for attachments are the speciality of Combi Wear Parts. The Swedish enterprise manufactures its products that are made of high-quality and high-tensile steel and mainly used in construction and mining industry in its own foundry. The sales partnership with Rädlinger enables the specialists to widen their activities on the German market. “For many years, we have been knowing and worshipping the good collaboration with Rädlinger Maschinen- und Stahlbau GmbH. We, Combi Wear Parts AB, therefore look forward to a long-term partnership promising and successful for both companies,” explains Ewald Tettambel, Sales Manager Germany.
Attachment manufacturer Rädlinger sees also decisive advantages in the sales partnership for demanding customers. “The quality of the Combi Wear Parts’ wear parts is excellent. They increase the lifetime by more than half compared with conventional systems. Particularly in the construction and mining sector, our customers profit from a higher availability of the most common wear parts for we can now deliver them from stock. Thus, response times are considerably reduced,” affirms Benjamin Schraml, Head of Sales at Rädlinger.