4 Tips for Finding the Right Distributor

September 2008
Flow Control;Sep2008, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents tips for finding right distributor for purchasing pumping machinery. It has been advised to look for distributor/manufacturer partners that are readily available 24/7. It has been suggested to check out whether distributor/manufacurer partners have time-tested experience in the application environment. It has been advised to find a team that understands and is willing to create operation and maintenance manuals in a way that will ensure the reliability of the system.


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