Kistler Group (Germany) - Competent service just a call away has always been a key aspect of Kistler's cooperation with its customers. Now, in a move to address growing demand in North Germany, the measurement technology experts are opening a new office in Wolfsburg.
The new branch office will unite all service departments under the one roof – including customer advice, repairs and commissioning – for the solutions of the Kistler Automotive Research & Test (ART) division. It develops products and systems for engines, noise vibration harshness (NVH), vehicle safety, durability and vehicle dynamics. As the leading system provider of measurement solutions, Kistler supplies precise sensors, reliable data acquisition systems, customer-centric services and a comprehensive range of application software for challenging measurements in the automotive industry.
Closer to customers:
Kistler customers will enjoy many crucial benefits thanks to the new service model from Wolfsburg. In the future, they will be assisted by trained Kistler service technicians to support them with measuring tasks and selecting suitable components. The measurement technology experts ensure on the spot that systems are optimally installed, connected and configured at the local plants.
As Stefan Zuckschwert, Divisional Sales Manager ART DACH at Kistler explains: "The new office in Wolfsburg is an important step for us towards supporting the local automotive and components industry in developing vehicles for greater energy-efficiency and sustainability based on reliable vehicle tests. The office will bring us closer to our customers and let us support them even better with their measuring tasks."
Official opening in September:
The new office will be ceremoniously opened on 11 September at 12.30 p.m. by Stefan Zuckschwert and Joachim Schreiber, Site Director at Kistler in Wolfsburg. Visitors can look forward to a host of talks and workshops in which the measurement technology experts will provide them with practical information on subjects like powertrains, vehicle electrification, vehicle operation data acquisition, noise vibration harshness (NVH), durability, vehicle dynamics and safety. The supporting program rounds off this event.