OKL Technical Services

OKL Technical Services

Our factory trained Service engineers are all full-time employees with extensive Bodymaker build-up experience as well as process knowledge. They are constantly improving their capabilities and are up to date on the latest technologies. They can assist with:

  • Safety procedures
  • Quality parameters
  • Trouble shooting
  • Machine alignment verification & setup
  • Recommendation on maintenance – repairs – modifications
  • Supply of OKL parts
  • Evaluation of instruction & procedures
  • Implementation of best practices
  • Training

Need Fast and Reliable Service on your Machines?

Call us at +1 513-657-2775 or fill out the form below and one of our service experts will call you.
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OKL Field Service

Are you aware that OKL Can Line can help you save money and increase productivity by using our Field Service Technicians to help?

Here are just a few ways:

Service Rate Schedule

Field Service Budget Calculation
(Travel Rate x Number of Hours) + (Service Rate x Number of Days) + Airfare + Hotel + Per Diem + Transportation + Any Additional Charges = Estimated Total


  • Travel Rates are applied from the time the Field Service Technician leaves their respective home base of operations to the customer’s plant.
  • International Per Diem Rates are established by the U.S. Department of State
  • Domestic Per Diem Rates and mileage rates are established by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
  • Hotel, Airfare, Train, Taxi, and all other expenses not covered by the per diem are billed at actual cost.

Travel Rates:
Minimum Billing with no Service Performed same day (4 hours) – $105.00/hr

Service Rates:

Monday Through Saturday
Minimum Billing—10 hours – $1,050.00/day
Overtime Hours (Over 10 Hours)- $157.00/hr

Minimum Billing—10 hours – $1,575.00/day
Overtime Hours (Over 10 Hours) – $157.00/hr

Minimum Billing—10 hours – $1980.00/day
Overtime Hours (Over 10 Hours) – $198.00/hr

Holidays observed by OKL are: New Year’s Eve (December 31), New Year’s Day (January 1), Memorial Day (Last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (First Monday in September), Thanksgiving Day (Fourth Thursday in November), Christmas Eve (December 24), and Christmas Day (December 25).