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Technical damages on land, at sea and in wind turbines..

AREPA has for more than 30 years performed restoration and repair on technical equipment after damages.

We are AREPA

AREPA  is a service organization specialized in technical
damage restoration within mechanical, electrical and
electronic damage.

Furthermore we offer preventive maintenance and services on
technical equipment.
Today AREPA works globally based on our centers in Denmark,
Holland, France, Sweden, United States and Canada.
CHICAGO, Ill., and AMERSFOORT, Netherlands – February 25, 2019– AREPA, a leading global provider of equipment restoration and inspection services, announced today the appointment of Tim Krauskopf as Global Executive Director. Prior to joining AREPA, Krauskopf held executive leadership roles across a variety of industries, from automotive manufacturing, transportation and logistics, to telecommunications and information technology. He replaces Pieter Benschop who stepped down as Executive Director earlier this year.

AREPA is a division of Envista Forensics, a global forensics consulting company. When asked about Krauskopf joining AREPA, Bob Wedoff, President of Envista, shared, “Tim brings a unique skill set to AREPA. He is an accomplished senior leader with a proven track record for growing successful business operations across a variety of global industries. But, what excites me most about Tim joining the AREPA team is how he passionately leads by example as a hands-on, creative and nurturing leader.”

Press release!
Envista Forensics
CHICAGO, Ill. – February 12, 2019– AREPA, a leading global provider of equipment restoration and inspection services, is pleased to announce that they were recently awarded the 2018 "Challenging Spirit Award" from Honda North America.

AREPA was given this award on February 8, in recognition of the customized recovery solutions they provided to Honda following the June 2018 flood that catastrophically affected auto and component production at their Celaya, Mexico plant.

Press release!
Envista Forensics
Unprecedented flooding is currently occurring throughout wide areas of the U.S. Great Plains after a strong late winter snowstorm recently wreaked havoc across Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa. The storm’s torrential rainfall melted snow, with surges overwhelming rivers, levees, roads and other critical infrastructure. As temperatures  warm in the coming days and weeks, river levels are expected to continue to rise.

For decision makers responsible for business critical equipment and systems, it is important to monitor water levels and if possible move equipment to a safe location. Should water, silt or other flood debris contaminate equipment, we encourage you to quickly stabilize and preserve all impacted items so that they have a better likelihood of being restored in the weeks following.

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