As waterparks around the world prepare to open their doors for the 2016 season, WhiteWater’s maintenance services division is experiencing rapid international growth.
After opening a new service location in Shanghai, the company is now more prepared than ever, with a full line of services, replacement parts and theming options.
“Maintenance can be an afterthought and is often just seen as a cost because many waterparks undervalue the importance of maintenance on their bottom line,” said Scott Heke, president of WhiteWater’s after-sales and services department.
“WhiteWater has expanded the team located in the Canadian head office by 50% while adding a dedicated service person to the Shanghai office to help park operators keep maintenance on their mind.”
WhiteWater is offering complete maintenance packages that provide a waterpark with what it needs to head into the 2016 summer season fully prepared.