Leica Geosystems to open 5 'Solutions Centers'
Tina Grady Barbaccia | August 19, 2010
Leica Geosystems plans to open of five additional “Leica Geosystems Solutions Centers” to offer local sales, service and support.
Surveyors Supply Company (Servco) of Costa Mesa, Calif., and its four other Southwest branch locations are becoming Leica Geosystems Solutions Centers.
The factory retail facilities are designed to support the construction, surveying and engineering community throughout the Southwest.
Chuck Coiner, general manager, U.S. West at Leica Geosystems, says in a written statement: “From paint and flagging, safety supplies, total stations and GPS systems for surveying, construction lasers and building layout systems, we are here to fulfill our customers everyday needs with outstanding service and support. At our five locations in the Southwestern US, knowledgeable salespeople are available to help customers learn about the latest technology from Leica Geosystems and test-drive any of the current Leica Geosystems products. I am confident our stores are going to be a favorite destination for members of the construction and surveying community. “
Leica Geosystems President Ken Mooyman notes: “The Leica Geosystems Solutions Center concept was created with the local customer’s needs in mind,” Mooyman says. “These five new brick and mortar Solutions Center locations is a continuation of our plan to open nine new Solution Centers across North America in 2010. The Servco name has been providing superior service and support for the professional measurement community for over 80 years and has thousands of loyal customers though out the Southwest. We will continue to provide outstanding service, support and products to those loyal existing customers and look forward to meeting and helping new customers as well. “
Leica Geosystems network of service and product distribution provides customers, local presence and national reach with access to global resources.
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