New pick-up and delivery service from SEW Eurodrive

SEW Eurodrive is launching an innovative new pick-up and delivery service for drive technology components in need of checking or repair. A rugged Pick-Up Box, manufactured from recyclable high-density polyethylene (HDPE), is provided free of charge for drive technology components, from any manufacturer, that need checking or repair.

When full, or at any time determined by the customer, SEW Eurodrive takes care of the entire logistics ensuring collection and delivery at agreed times. When a Pick-Up box is collected the customer is given a new empty box so that a container is available at all times for units in need of repair.

All the drive technology components within the Pick-Up Box are examined carefully by SEW Eurodrive's experienced service technicians and repairs are carried out as soon as they have been authorised by the customer.

The new Pick-Up Box supports lean and 5S manufacturing philosophies, contributing to better organisation, clean working environments and optimising efficiency and flow within the workplace. It is also people and environmentally friendly, as any oil leaks from components in need of repair are contained within the box.

For more information about the pick-up and delivery service please visit

SEW-Eurodrive Ltd

DeVilliers Way

+44 (0)1924 893855

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