Can you afford not to operate Rottne? Lowest repair costs in the industry
A recent survey conducted by Skogsbruket’s Technical Collaboration Group (TSG), shows that Rottne has the lowest costs for labour and spare parts.
In 2017, TSG studied the total costs for four different repair scenarios for the machine type large final felling machines. The machine manufacturers studied were Rottne, Eco Log, John Deere, Komatsu and Ponsse. The survey showed that Rottne has the absolute lowest total cost for repairs.
“This is really nice to see. And with spare parts from our exchange system Rottne Xparts, with an average cost for spare parts of 60 percent of the new price, our repair costs are even lower,” says Tobias Johansson, MD at Rottne.
TSG’s survey showed in the four cases studied a reduced spare parts cost of a full 48 percent if parts from Rottne Xparts were used.
So the question is, can you afford not to operate Rottne?
Rottne has the lowest repair costs in the industry – and as the diagram shows our spare parts costs are low. With exchange components from Rottne Xparts the cost of spare parts drops by a full 48 percent, which means the lowest spare parts cost in the industry. The diagram is a comparison of spare parts costs and shows a summing-up of the four studied repair cases.
• Shorten, or completely avoid, downtime
• Low repair costs, on average 60 % of the new price
• Longer warranty than for new parts