Advanced Machinery Services, the well-known woodworking service company based in Leicestershire, can and does repair a wide range of woodworking machinery from small machines to huge industrial machines such as planer moulders, multi-rip saws and CNC machines.
AMS boasts engineers all over the UK and Ireland who work in AMS customers’ workshops helping them with their maintenance and repair work on their machines when they stop working properly. They have a workshop in Leicestershire where they have at least seven engineers on-site and three apprentices, servicing and rebuilding woodworking machines for clients all over the UK and Ireland
Gary, AMS service director, said: “We are able to service all type of woodworking machines, from small machines to huge planer moulders. At the moment, we are servicing a nine-head Leadermac high speed planer moulder, and at the same time we are finishing two Wadkin multi-head moulders and two Wadkin four-sided planers.
“All our engineers have the expertise and experience to provide meaningful reactive and proactive service solutions, as well as informative and engaging training sessions.”
The AMS service engineers are experts in Wadkin, because most of the engineering team have been Wadkin trained. They also specialise in the maintenance and repair of; Weinig, SCM, Wadkin Bursgreen, Leadermac, Altendorf, Interwood, Multico, Sedgewick, Striebig, Felder, Martin, Startrite, Robland woodworking machinery and many more besides.
Gary continued: “We love to rebuild and refurbish old machines and convert them into as-new machines. When the rebuilt/refurbished machines leave our workshop, they are ready to give years and years of service in our customer workshops.”
The AMS service engineers explain how the AMS service department works: “If you need help in your workshop such as repair, pre-planned maintenance, installation, training or moving machines to a new workshop, just contact us – we’re here to help.”
The service team will ask some questions about your machines and they will send a quotation. After that, if you are happy, one of the AMS engineers will visit your workshop, they will service your machine, and, only if needed, will replace parts leaving your machine in a fully operational condition and ready to run.
The AMS service department has an emergency call-out service and a free service survey facility, as well as a spare parts/tooling/training department and rebuild/refurbish programme.