11. July 2015
// Products & Services

Assist - this is how beds are repaired

Your hospital beds are almost like new again

Hospital beds are made practically as good as new at the new Stiegelmeyer service centre in Herford. Staff at Assist repair damages and replace even parts that are over ten years old with great dedication. The FORUM team looked at the stages that beds go through during repair and captured the process in photos.

Modern architecture with ample space:

The new service centre in Herford was inaugurated in autumn 2014 and houses the Assist workshop area and a warehouse for holding 7,000 spare parts in a total area of 3,000 square metres.

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