industrial and automotive supplier, Schaeffler India Limited announced the
flag-off of the second leg of Repxpert Mobile Aftermarket Technical Training
Van. The Repxpert training van will cover 36 key cities over a period of 90
days. The van is a center of advanced knowledge in areas across transmission,
engine, and chassis systems. The training van returns after its first
successful run in 2019.
time, the van will feature a free eye check-up campaign in all 36 cities for
mechanics and garage workers, facilitated by pioneering social organization –
Vision Spring. This enables Schaeffler to create access to cost-free eyewear to
mechanics living in low socio-economic areas.
Satpathy, President, Automotive Aftermarket, Schaeffler India said, “Our Repxpert
Training Van is a pioneer approach to our initiative of up-skilling workshops
and promote technical competencies among our mechanic partners. It will keep
them ready for fast-paced future technology developments.This time we have
added the eye check-up camp along with this van since we fully understand that
Mechanics are exposed to continuous eye strain while fitting components.
Through this initiative, we are humbled to create cost-free access to quality
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