BUS AIRCON EXPERT APPOINTS CUSTOMER-SUPPORT DEVOTEE

By: Fabian Cotter, Photography by: courtesy Coachair


AUSTRALIAN bus and coach air-conditioning expert Coachair has further expanded its commitment to customer support in appointing a new national parts manager, it’s announced.

BUS AIRCON EXPERT APPOINTS CUSTOMER-SUPPORT DEVOTEE
“One of Peter’s great strengths is his ability to understand the mechanical reasons behind a breakdown and use that expertise to interpret the parts requirements to find a solution,” said Garry Webb, Coachair general manager, Sales and Marketing.

Bringing a wealth of experience to the role, Coachair - established in 1978 as the first Australian designer and manufacturer of bus air conditioning systems to the market - has appointed Peter Soleski to the above-mentioned role, expanding the organisation’s commitment to customer support and service, it states.

Mechanically minded and with a strong background in parts, Soleski is described as an asset to the company.

"One of Peter’s great strengths is his ability to understand the mechanical reasons behind a breakdown and use that expertise to interpret the parts requirements to find a solution," said Garry Webb, Coachair general manager, Sales and Marketing.

"He is experienced in delivering high-quality customer service to trade and business customers, which will be an asset for our clients."

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AUTOMOTIVE BACKGROUND

Coachair provides its customers with a comprehensive platform of aftermarket support, spare parts, technical support and ongoing maintenance.
Soleski is looking forward to applying his extensive automotive background to the transit industry and taking a lead role in delivering a total parts solution, he says.

"I get a great deal of satisfaction in problem-solving to find the best outcome," Soleski stated.

"Getting the right part the first time gets customers back on the road quickly, helping to keep their business running," he explained.

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IT’S JUST NOT CRICKET

A keen cricketer, and previous president of his local cricket club, Soleski understands the dedication behind ongoing commitment, he says.

"I really believe in the ‘Through Life Support’ approach that is fundamental to Coachair’s customer service," he confirmed.

"I’m excited to support our parts and service technicians to deliver that."

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ABOUT COACHAIR

Established more than 40 years ago, Coachair is a market leader in providing engineered Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) solutions for the bus and rail industry, it explains.

It provides Through Life Support for all HVAC solutions, and has diversified into sacrificial anti-graffiti window film and interior lighting and panel solutions in both the rail and bus segments, it confirms.

It remains the only company to design, build and manufacture air conditioning systems for the Australian bus and coach industry, it says. Coachair provides its customers with a superior, reliable product backed by a comprehensive platform of aftermarket support, spare parts, technical support, and ongoing maintenance.

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