Doosan Infracore opens German distribution centerDoosan Infracore, the construction machinery arm of Doosan, started operations of a new parts distribution center for engines in Halle, Germany.
The 1,000-square-meter center in Germany handles around 4,600 engine parts used in construction machines. The center will enable Doosan to quickly respond to urgent parts orders from European customers. According to the company, the new facility can cut response time from an average seven days to two days.
It is the third engine parts distribution center Doosan has set up. Its existing distribution facilities are in Korea and the United States.
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