23 Apr PFI Mexico Electrical Bearing Seminars
During the first half of April, our PFITechCare team has visited the Distribution Centers of Serva Automotriz (Mexico), a company with more than 30 years of experience commercializing electric and mechanical auto parts. Serva is one of our most versed customers, having collaborated with the brand for almost a decade, through our RDC (Regional Distribution Center) PFI de México.
Location of the seminars
The seminars have been held at the Serva facilities in the cities of Leon, Chihuahua, Puebla, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Villahermosa and Merida, where their sales teams have been able to benefit, for the second year in a row, from this customized learning sessions aiming at reinforcing technical knowledge about our PFI electrical line bearings.
The electrical bearing line is the foundational line of PFI Bearings, on which we have been consolidating, during more than 25 years of experience, the rest of the product lines that make up the current wide range of PFI bearings.
Nowadays we could not understand the movement in the industry without the multitude of electric motors used everywhere. It is no surprise that the part most frequently replaced in an electric motor is the bearing, which becomes a key element for the working efficiency and life span of electric motors.
Throughout these training sessions, specifically designed for the electric segment, the attendees (over 120) have been able to review the technical characteristics and strengths of PFI EMQ (Electric Motor Quality) bearings. Our EMQ bearings, easily identifiable through our hallmark, the blue seals, operate according to the highest standards of the electrical industry insofar as variable speed and low friction operations are concerned. In addition, they are 100% electronically tested to ensure low noise and vibration levels.
We thank Automotriz Serva for their commitment with continuous training and total quality and we are confident that our collaboration will continue to enhance PFI Bearings’ customer experience!
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