Mahle Aftermarket opens virtual workshop
Virtual training centre for spare parts, battery diagnostics, calibration, AC and transmission oil service; products for all drive types can be experienced 24x7
With the heightened focus on digitalisation, Mahle Aftermarket has opened a new virtual workshop thereby making its products for conventional and alternative powertrains an informative and intuitive experience around the clock.
The company has created a virtual training centre for spare parts, battery diagnostics, calibration, air conditioning and transmission oil service. In addition, the virtual workshop offers useful information on training courses as well as direct links to numerous other digital information offerings that Mahle is constantly expanding. If desired, it can also direct the user to the nearest sales partner. The new offer from Mahle Aftermarket is available at the link werkstatt.mahle.com.
“With the virtual workshop, we have created another building block in our extensive digital information offering to meet the increasing training and information needs of the workshops. Here we show our entire product range directly on the vehicle,” said Olaf Henning, member of the Mahle Management Committee and director of the Aftermarket business unit.
Mahle says it is driving forward the expansion of its digital offerings for independent workshops and retailers at a rapid pace. Workshop equipment that is also networked in the workshop concept can be updated over the air, and can access the manufacturer’s servers when, for example, security gateways are involved.
A digitalized overall concept is now the backbone of the Mahle Aftermarket offering, which ranges from e-commerce solutions to information and support services on technical topics and virtual trade fair presentations.
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