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AGATESHEAD company that specialises in the repair of industrial electric motors and value added services, has become the first in the UK to earn recognition as an SKF Certified Rebuilder.

Team offers a complete range of electrical and mechanical repairs both on-site and in-house at its 15,000 sq ft Team Valley unit, which has a lifting capacity of 10 tonnes.

The firm was singled out by SKF, the premier innovator of engineering solutions including bearing components for industrial machinery, which is also a global leader in machine reliability.

The company's certification programme for electric motor repair service companies recognises organisations that meet SKF's exacting standards for repair expertise.

To earn SKF Certified status, Team employees completed extensive training in electric motor failure analysis, bearing installation, lubrication systems and condition monitoring technologies. Certified shops must meet SKF standards in all areas and are regularly audited.

Avtar Matharoo, senior account manager of Team, said: "Even after 25 years serving the local industries we are committed to helping our customers achieve the highest possible reliability, performance and profitability. The SKF Certification shows our willingness to take our capabilities to the highest level. We're proud to have earned this important mark of distinction." Team is at Don Street, Princessway North, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead. Tel: (0191) 482-3374.


DISTINCTION From left, Avtar Matharoo, of Team; Jim Fowlie, of SKF; Hardev Matharoo, managing director of Team.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Article Type:Company overview
Date:Apr 8, 2009
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