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time:matters launches weekend service for the agricultural sector

  16.05.2012    

time:matters, the international expert for global Special Speed Logistics, launches a Europe-wide Harvest Season Weekend Service for customers from the agricultural sector, just in time for the harvest season.
Harvest time means operating at full speed – there are no days off, farmers and their machines are constantly in use at all times. If one of the extremely expensive harvesters does break down, then each hour can amount to considerable losses. The appropriate spare part is required as quickly as possible – regardless of which day of the week it is.
time:matters is here to help: the Harvest Season Weekend Service for the shipment of highly urgent spare parts for the agricultural sector features constant weekend and holiday availability and around-the-clock customer service. In addition, time:matters provides customers maximal flexibility when ordering urgently needed spare parts, through the latest possible pick-up and the earliest delivery times. In the case of orders placed on Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays, time-critical spare parts already reach their destination on the following day throughout Europe, which means long delays are avoided and the harvest can soon proceed.
Stephan Vogel, Director Business & Solution Development at time:matters, comments: “With our new Harvest Season Weekend Service, we are meeting the current needs of the agricultural sector. Constant service availability – even on holidays – and quick delivery of spare parts, enable our customers from the agricultural sector to minimize downtimes for their machines, especially during the crucial harvest season, and subsequently avoid significant revenue losses.”


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