Väderstad invests in a new spare parts warehouse

Väderstad is investing for the future with a new building for spare parts, wearing parts and accessories. The new parts warehouse will provide faster service and meet customer demands and requests in a more efficient way. The new building will also provide space for a permanent exhibition of the Väderstad Parts range and a shop where visitors can buy Väderstad merchandise.

A drawing of the future spare parts storage expected to be finalized in December 2012

“Increasing volumes of sales on the machine side has led in turn to increased demand for items such as replacement parts and we have grown out of our existing premises. We are making this investment in order to guarantee a high level of service and reliability in the Väderstad distribution network and to our customers”, said Head of Parts, Anders Ljung.

‘Väderstad Parts’ became too overcrowded during 2011 owing to the many new types of machines, models and markets that are being developed at Väderstad. This means that the number of items in our parts warehouse is continually increasing.

“Agricultural machines are at their best when there is fast, reliable access to replacement parts.  With this new warehouse Väderstad intends to secure delivery and maintain the same high quality as in the rest of the product range”, explained Anders Ljung.

Spare Parts storage

The new warehouse will be twice as large as the existing building. Loading and unloading will take place at the front of the building. The building will also house new offices, a permanent exhibition and a shop displaying Väderstad parts.

“With a modern building we can quickly and efficiently provide our customers with the best possible service down to the smallest detail”, said Anders Ljung.

Väderstad has looked forward into the future in its plans, beyond essential current needs. The phrase coined by Rune Stark, ‘make it to last’, applies here too. The new building is large enough to meet continuing growing demand for parts and continuing innovation. Our doors are open to students, lecturers, farmers and customers who are interested in learning and contributing to future development.