Gardner Denver expands Parts On Demand in the Middle East

Frac PGardner Denver aims to provide smart pump technology for pump monitoring. (Image source: Gardner Denver)Gardner Denver Petroleum and Industrial Pumps (P&IP) has officially launched its Parts on Demand programme in the Middle East, as its part of expansion to the international market

As part of Experience 360, Gardner Denver P&IP’s around-the-clock full circle of service and support, Parts on Demand (POD) is utilised in more than 100 customer sites in North America.

“This robust programme facilitates efficient management of replacement inventory at its customer’s regional locations, facilities or well sites,” stated the company while reporting to the press.

Gardner Denver P&IP has one of the largest inventories in after-market parts and consumables. Through the POD programme, it aims to ensure that the availability os the parts to the customers when needed.

“At Gardner Denver P&IP, we listen to our customers when they voice their concerns and maximising uptime seemed to be a consistent theme. By tailoring a solution, like the Parts on Demand programme, we are able to help our customers successfully accomplish their day-to-day operations,” said Jeremy Holberg, director of Aftermarket.

Since 1859, P&IP, a division of Gardner Denver, has been designing petroleum and industrial pumps for the global oil and gas industry. The company provides service facilities which include drilling, well servicing and frac pumps market.

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