Service

The AMEPA service team - competent and committed

You don’t just purchase a measuring system when you come to AMEPA. We always keep your long-term satisfaction in mind and provide you with a comprehensive service, from consultation in the concept stage through service in daily operation. AMEPA has a team of internationally experienced service engineers at its disposal as well as a worldwide partner network with contacts in your vicinity. Our service staff remains as your personal contact even after commissioning is finalized. We respond individually to your requirements and local circumstances and can always offer you customized service packages, also for your spare parts supply chain. We are always pleased to offer you service contracts. We provide you with fast and uncomplicated support for all questions and settings that relate to supporting your quality measurement system. Annual services and inspections can be integrated into the contract so you can be sure that your AMEPA measuring system is always reliably and precisely measuring the quality of your products. We can help you even faster and more efficiently with our remote service. We are pleased to support you with internal and external audits. Your satisfaction is always AMEPA’s highest priority.

Service locations around the world

AMEPA Angewandte Messtechnik und Prozessautomatisierung GmbH Karl-Carstens-Str. 12 52146 Würselen Deutschland Telephone: +49 2405 40808-0 Fax: +49 2405 40808-44 info@amepa.de

AMEPA America Inc. 31250 Solon Road, Unit 17 Solon, OH 44139 Telephone: +1 440 337 0005 Fax: +1 440 318 1027 info@amepa.com

AMEPA Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Room 19B, Building A Yueda International, Changshou Rd. 1118, Putuo District 200042 Shanghai Telephone: +86 21 64478501 Fax: +86 21 64478502 info@amepa.sh.cn

J-Tec Inc. Yamayasangyo Bldg. 4F 5 101 Tomiyamacho Kanda Chiyodaku Tokyo Telephone: +81 3 5256-6701 Fax: +81 3 5256-6705 h.kato@j-tec-inc.co.jp

Occupational health and safety at AMEPA

AMEPA GmbH always aims to practice its activities in a safe and responsible manner. This means that the company implements an occupational health and safety system (AMS) which is certified by the employers’ liability insurance association. The AMS includes permanent striving for continuous improvement and the targeted integration of occupational health and safety into all operational processes and procedures. The following behavioural guidelines have therefore been defined on this basis:

  • Accident prevention and health protection are core elements for ensuring performance and willingness to perform and therefore contribute significantly to our competitiveness.
  • Ensuring the safety and health of our staff when they are at work is a top priority.
  • Occupational health and safety is an integral part of the executive management task. It is also a part of everyone’s obligations to take responsibility for achieving the goals of occupational safety and health within the scope of their possibilities.
  • Occupational safety and health and economic activity are not contradictory terms for our company. Safety and health always have priority over economic considerations.
  • The management board and the works council have agreed that the goals of occupational safety and health, including the humane organisation of work, must be pursued jointly.
  • In order to protect the environment, our handling of hazardous substances and the resources which we require has to be shaped in such a way that our environmental awareness should enable a good life, not only for the present generation but also for the next.