Haldex improves customer service

February 2008
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The article reports on the installation of an integrated telephone system by Haldex to allow the routing of customer calls to the assigned representative. The customer information will instantly be available to the representative who is designated to handle the call. It says that one call to Haldex Customer Service will enable customers to place an order, check stock availability and make an inquiry.


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