Red Dot Corporation Welcomes SERWIS-KOP As Authorized Distributor

Red Dot Corporation Welcomes SERWIS-KOP As Authorized Distributor

The new partnership will enable more heavy-duty fleet operators to benefit from greater access to Red Dot's selection of premium heating and cooling solutions.

SERWIS-KOP has joined Red Dot’s global network of heavy-duty mobile HVAC units and parts dealers to better serve customers across Eastern Europe. The new partnership will enable more heavy-duty fleet operators to benefit from greater access to Red Dot’s selection of premium heating and cooling solutions.

As one of Poland’s leaders in the import and distribution of OE and replacement parts for construction and agricultural machinery, SERWIS-KOP is known for its extensive selection of high-quality products, affordable pricing and exceptional customer service. Customers can purchase Red Dot products through SERWIS-KOP’s online store, said the company.

“We are looking forward to many years of partnership between SERWIS-KOP and Red Dot. It’s an honor to be working together with a recognized leader for construction and agricultural machinery within the Eastern European market,” said Andy Elshaw, managing director of Red Dot Europe.

Red Dot supplies all-makes mobile HVAC parts, accessories and unit kits for off-road vehicles across a range of industries, from agriculture and construction to mining and military. The company not only designs and manufactures complete HVAC units and kits for rooftops, trailers and cabins, it is also is a full-line distributor of condensers, compressors, filters, thermostats, switches, fans and many other replacement parts for OE units.

“Red Dot is known among operators, fleet managers and parts dealers for its high-quality, durable products,” said Waclaw Redziniak, chief executive officer of SERWIS-KOP. “Through this new partnership, more operators across Poland will now remain comfortable and productive in their cabs by having access to the best in heavy-duty mobile HVAC.”

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