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Opening a CANopen competence center

In the first quarter of 2023, Safeline (Sweden) will open a CANopen competence center in Diest (Belgium). The center will shorten delivery times and increase customer support for the CANopen Lift market, explained the company in the official press release.

The CANopen Thor controller is suitable for lift applications from Safeline and Thor Engineering (Source: Safeline)

The company said, the center will be lead by Safeline’s CANopen Lift experts Werner Van Looy and Timothy Neefs. With this competence center and the new setup, Safeline will be able to deliver faster and give support to our customers at a higher level, stated the company. Currently they take orders on demand and must produce them before shipping them. Now, they will be able to build up stock for immediate deliveries, decreasing delivery time by several weeks. This in turn will ensure faster delivery times for customers to towards the end-customers – a win-win, said Werner Van Looy, Key Account Manager CANopen. The center will be a part of the Safeline Europe office in Diest and take their presence on the CANopen Lift market to the next level, said the company.

The center will offer: local stock, trainings and seminars regarding CANopen Lift, product showcases, the possibility to get test equipment delivered to the user, as well as on-site technical support.


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