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MAKA Machinery UK Ltd
For sales and service in
UK and Ireland

 

Our Sales and Engineering Support team ensures you receive expert and ongoing support for your products to minimise downtime. From one-off repairs to comprehensive service contracts for your machinery and equipment, our team of highly professional service engineers provide rapid support and maintenance all day, every day.

We are ready to tackle all requests, professionally and promptly.  Our service technicians are specialist NC Engineers, factory trained, experienced, and work closely with colleagues in Germany. 

MAKA UK Ltd.

C5 Horton Park Ind. Est.            

Hortonwood 7   

Telford    

Shropshire TF1 7GX         

United Kindom

Telefon: 01952 607700  

E-Mail: info@makauk.com

 

Subsidiary of

MAKA Systems GmbH

Am Schwarzen Graben 8

89278 Nersingen

Germany

              Tel:     0049/73 08-813-0

                                                  Fax:    0049/73 08-813-170

E-Mail: zentrale@maka.com

                                                  Web:  www.maka.com

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Get in touch with us directly

Service and spare parts:

            Paul Scott, Service Manager,

            Tel: (+44) 01952-607700

            Email: Service@MakaUK.com

Accounting and administration:

            Samantha Mannering, Finance Manager

            Tel: (+44) 01952-607700

            Email: Accounts@MakaUK.com

Distribution:

            Iain Young, Joint Managing Director

            Tel: (+44) 01952-607700

            Mob: (+44) 07836-295434

            Email:  iain.young@MakaUK.com

General enquiries:

            Tel: (+44) 01952-607700

            Email:  info@MakaUK.com

BENEFIT FROM PLANNED SERVICING and MAINTENANCE
WITH MAKA’s PREVENTATIVE SERVICE AGREEMENTS

Anyone involved in production management knows even the best machinery is not immune from breaking down, and knows how important it is for their machinery to be fully operational, day in and day out.

Unplanned downtime can significantly impact production schedules, lead times, operating costs and the bottom line.

While no machinery is immune from breakdown it is an accepted fact that regular planned maintenance reduces these risks, and increases efficiency and extends the lifetime of the equipment.

A common solution to ensuring regular maintenance is undertaken is to take out a service contract covering routine services and often including a number of other benefits. The service level offered is comprehensive, and tailored to your requirements, depending on the production environment or the complexity of the machine. 

The typical service contract for a typical Maka 5-Axis machine may cover an annual “Major Service” along with some additional features such as free telephone support, Remote Access, priority support and a potentially valuable discount, should any replacement parts be required during the contract period.

A higher level package, most suitable for a production critical machines, may require more regular services and additional inspections, such as an “Interim Service.

So what features should you look out for in a service contract?

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MACHINE SPECIFIC SERVICES

As a minimum the contract should include machine specific services whether that is annually or 6-monthly. Shift work should be taken account of and the service interval set accordingly. Additional health checks between full services can identify potential issues early.

TELEPHONE AND/OR VIDEO SUPPORT 

A common feature of service plans is to include telephone and video support which is intended to provide the quickest solution to any issue or operator query. A high proportion of calls are solved at this stage without requiring a service engineer to visit in person, resulting in increased efficiency. 

REMOTE CONNECTION

With many modern machines it is possible to connect directly to the machine control from a remote computer. This allows parameters and event logs to be easily checked by a technician, vastly increasing the chance of a first time fix in the event a call out is required.

PRIORITY CALL OUT

Another reason why service contracts are popular is that they are often treated as priority over non-contract service work. As well as priority call out, plans may include an allowance of call outs annually, providing insurance against unexpected costs.

WANT TO FIND OUT MORE?

Here at MAKA we offer service plans for a variety of requirements and budgets, and for single or multiple machines. Please get in touch and call us on (+44) 01952-607700 or email  info@MakaUK.com.

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