Hiab launches smartphone apps
While it unveils a new mobile app hopes to ease service locating for customers, Cargotec's CFO has decided to leave
Cargotec subsidiary has launched a smartphone app for customers looking to find their closet authorised service point.
The globally available app will cut uptime for customers, services vice president Christian Bjorne says, as it includes both contact information and driving instructions to the available service locations.
"We are very proud of this launch, and are sure that it will benefit our customers greatly," Bjorne says.
"We have a global service network in more than 120 countries to ensure local support, and with the app, our customers can locate these service point quicker than ever.
"This means more uptime for the product, and a longer lifetime, as it is serviced at an authorised service point."
Customers can see the loctions listed or displayed on map – along with their location – and works both online and offline, the company says.
The free app, which is available for both iOS and Android, encompasses the Hiab, Jonsered, Loglift, Multilift, Moffett, Zepro, Waltco and Del brands.
"The app is the first of our launches this year that will bring Hiab even closer to our customers," Bjorne says.
Cargotec has announced its CFO Eeva Sipilä has accepted the CFO role at Metso Corporation and will be departing the company.
Sipilä will remain in her role and in her position as a Cargotec executive board member until the end of July.
Unveiling the news, Cargotec CEO Mika Vehviläinen thanked her for her eight years of service.
"I want to thank Eeva for many great achievements in building our finance organisation and capabilities during her eight years in the position," he says.
"I wish her best of success with her new challenges."
The process to replace Sipilä has already begun.