Tuesday, February 13, 2018

KONE Elevators opens new offices and training centre

 (L-R) Ambarish Jondhale, Regional Director West KONE Elevator India Pvt Ltd,
Amit Gossain, MD, KONE Elevator India, Rajesh Bywar, Director KONE

PUNE: KONE, a global leader in the Elevator and Escalator Industry, today announced the Opening of two new KONE Offices in Pune. Both were inaugurated by Amit Gossain, Managing Director, KONE India. This investment is to enhance the service level to both its existing Customer base and gear up for future growth.

The new office will also have a world class training centre with the latest technologies including LCE simulator, Mini XT, NMX machine. “KONE India aims to extend its unmatched service capabilities and provide continuous support to its new offerings, in Pune. These new offices are in accordance with our strategy to ‘Win with Customers’ and better our Customer reach, penetrate deeper in the market and ensure a stronger customer connect in Maharashtra. It is also necessary to equip our people with the latest technologies and our training centre will be a one stop solution for the same. We also have an exclusive customer experience centre, which will showcase our latest visual designs to provide the customers a touch and feel and help us move closer to them.” says Amit Gossain.

“We understand the demands and the changing trends of urbanization, we believe that we have a great potential to add value to our customers and society at large. It would in turn help in contributing to better people flow and rise the living standards, in the most sustainable ways. It will also help respond to the growing demand for professional elevator and escalator maintenance service.

KONE has entered into an agreement with IBM, which will further help KONE to harness the potential of digitalization and to innovate new solutions. Using IBM’s Watson IoT Cloud Platform KONE aims to improve and integrate existing service operations around the world. These new services will range from solutions which improve People Flow in buildings and new smart building applications; to others that advance the speed, reliability and safety, for elevator maintenance, remote monitoring and servicing, minimizing the downtime.


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