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Like our new service training school.
Advanced parts warehousing, Modernized service centers. Dedicated field service personnel.
They are all part of a new, and very special kind of customer service operation created to assure you, and every user of Colt-Pielstick* and Fairbanks Morse O-P diesel engines, that
Fairbanks Morse engines will deliver the RPM or kilowatt specified.
It is also our dedication to provide every
Fairbanks Morse engine owner with genuine
Fairbanks Morse engine parts and the type of service that will always minimize engine downtime and help assure maximum return on engine investments.
In our view, there's no better service available ...anywhere!
For more information, call 1-800-356-6955.
Fairbanks Morse Engine Division, Colt Industries,
Beloit, Wisconsin 53511.
Colt Industries Circle 168 on Reader Service Card
Our completely new and modern service school is designed to give our customers and service personnel the finest in hands-on training on O-P and
Pielstick engines. The school has two completely installed engines, plus specially created sound-proof class rooms with the most modern audio visual and video tape equipment avail- able for training aids. The school is staffed by Fairbanks Morse skilled service personnel.
S E.M.T — Ptelstlck is a registered trademark of Societe d'Etudes de Machines Thermiques
Distribution and Warehousing
Newly established and stocked regional warehouse in Reno, Nevada, and central parts distribution center in
Indianapolis, Indiana, maximize parts inventory control and parts distribution effectiveness to all Service Centers and Sales Offices. A new fuel injection and governor overhaul service facility in Reno also provides complete service with the newest state-of-the art equip- ment. These facilities also maintain stocks of rebuilt and exchange assem- blies in all Fairbanks Morse service locations to complement their new parts inventories.
Modern Service Facilities
Newly modernized and expanded service facilities in Beloit, New
Orleans, Norfolk, Reno, Seattle, and now San Diego have the capability to handle complete engine rebuilding including engine disassembly to bare cylinder block, cleaning and reassem- bly. They can also rebuild blowers, fuel pumps and accessory components.
The centers are also computer inte- grated with the centralized warehouses in Reno and Indianapolis to quickly process requirements for special and made-to-order parts.