Schaeffler's REPXPERT technical training van to empower commercial vehicle segment

The REPXPERT branded training van is set to traverse key markets in states including Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Maharashtra.

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Schaeffler's REPXPERT technical training van to empower commercial vehicle segment

Schaeffler India, an industrial and automotive supplier today announced the launch of its REPXPERT Technical Training Van dedicated to the Commercial Vehicle (CV) segment. This initiative, a first of its kind focusing on the CV segment, aims to impart advanced technical training on transmission, and chassis systems, and rapidly evolving automotive applications.

The REPXPERT branded training van is set to traverse key markets in states including Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Maharashtra. Schaeffler's commitment to this rigorous campaign emphasises the importance of enhancing the skills of professionals in the automotive sector, ensuring they are equipped with the latest knowledge.

Debasish Satpathy, President, Automotive Aftermarket, Schaeffler India said, “The commercial vehicle segment is a cornerstone for the automotive industry in India, often indicative of the nation's economic pulse. By introducing the training van dedicated to this segment, we're not just focusing on upskilling, but also acknowledging the intricate challenges and nuances specific to CVs."

It's imperative that our technician partners are abreast of the latest technologies and best practices, ensuring they're at the forefront of the industry's evolution," he added. 

In October 2019, Schaeffler India marked the beginning of this journey by launching its first mobile training center. With each subsequent campaign, Schaeffler has consistently demonstrated its commitment to knowledge sharing and skill development in the automotive industry, noted the press release.

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