Kadant Solutions Launches Genuine Parts Program
AUBURN, Mass., August 23, 2017 – Kadant Solutions, a division of Kadant Inc. (NYSE: KAI), announced the launch of its Genuine Parts Program to raise awareness of the importance of using OEM genuine repair parts when maintaining equipment.
According to Steve Fielding, vice president of applications and technology at Kadant Solutions, “Using genuine parts ensures the highest product quality and integrity is maintained when repairing OEM equipment. We have witnessed numerous cases of aftermarket parts used incorrectly leading to equipment damage, production losses, and increased safety risks. These outcomes can be avoided when Kadant Solutions genuine parts are used.”
Kadant Solutions, based in Auburn, Massachusetts, is a leading supplier of doctor blades, doctor blade holders, and doctoring systems for papermaking and other industrial processes. The Company’s cleaning and conditioning products are applied to the cleaning of forming and press fabrics and the filtration of process water as well as engineered wet-end products for papermaking.
Kadant Inc. is a global supplier of high-value, critical components and engineered systems used in process industries worldwide. The Company’s products, technologies, and services play an integral role in enhancing process efficiency, optimizing energy utilization, and maximizing productivity in resource-intensive industries. Kadant is based in Westford, Massachusetts, with approximately 2,300 employees in 20 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.kadant.com.
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