AMETEK Surface Vision Strengthens Global 24/7 Emergency Technical Support To Keep Customers Up And Running ​

HAYWARD, Calif. — April 26, 2021 — AMETEK Surface Vision, the leading provider of online surface inspection solutions, has reinforced its telephone support service with digital tools to provide best-in-class 24/7 emergency technical assistance, globally.

Called Global 24/7, this support system utilizes state-of-the-art remote access, virtual collaboration, and telecommunications tools to dynamically resource technical support from a pool of experts located across the globe. This ensures timely and universal support for AMETEK Surface Vision’s global installation base of thousands of systems and customers.

The typical customers of AMETEK Surface Vision are industrial plants that manufacture metals, paper, plastics, and nonwoven materials, running around the clock with a staff operating on a shift system.

They rely on their automated surface inspection systems. If, for some reason, that system does not function correctly, they may have to stop production.

Global 24/7 is designed to address this issue by taking full advantage of the company’s global support network. Bringing in team members from all regions allows the service to be staffed 24/7 by technical experts and offers customers continuous support wherever located in the world.

Yamina Lansari, global manager of Technical Services from AMETEK Surface Vision, said: “The challenge is keeping plants running continuously wherever they are in the world. Time zones and shift patterns can limit the availability of local technical support, should there be a problem requiring immediate attention. However, we know our customers need to be able to access emergency support at any time to avoid expensive downtime. That’s why we’ve further enhanced the support we provide, enabling us to deliver the industry-leading service our customers expect.”

Inspection system customers are offered a choice of purchasing standard business hours support or the Global 24/7 service.

Posted April 27, 2021

Source: Ametek