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Electrolux opens training showroom

Published 6th September, 2010 by Neil Nixon

Electrolux opens training showroom

Reinforcing its commitment to its training and service offering, Electrolux Laundry Systems UK (ELS) has now invested in a brand new, fully operational showroom, available to both its direct customers and its dealer network.

Located 30 minutes from London, the Luton-based showroom boasts a wealth of operational systems as well as modern, fully-equipped physical training premises including a boardroom and training room to host meetings, internal and external seminars, customer visits and service training. The totally operational service area boasts state-of- the-art equipment, with a Lagoon wet cleaning system, wash and dry, flat work ironers, mop concept, low energy dryer, barrier laundry system and a CMIS - Electrolux’s Certus Management Information System.

The facilities on offer are unique for ELS, and represent a significant investment to ensure that the performance and operational ability of the company’s dedicated systems are fully understood by every operative, whatever sector they work within.

“Our laundry equipment is specialised, and for it to remain cost- effective and high performance, our customers need to be properly and expertly trained to use it,” said Doug Walker, country manager of ELS. “This new state-of-the-art showroom ensures everything is located on one site for our customers (comprising UK and Ireland dealers, customers, end users, and European sale companies) to avail themselves of the facilities to train on and with our equipment. In addition, because we are so accessible to all major road, rail and airport networks, travelling time is kept to a minimum, ensuring everyone gets the most out of what we can offer.”

ELS has made the investment into the new showroom to ensure that its clients have the best opportunity to be thoroughly trained on all aspects of the Electrolux laundry systems, with the company providing a skilled trainer should customers require one.

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