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Warequip launches two new sites to make life easy

31-08-2010
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Warequip launches two new sites to make life easy

 

 

Warequip has launched two new websites – one dedicated to its hire business and the other dedicated to its industrial vehicles range.
 
Called hireitnow.com.au, the site boasts a large range of products available for hire from battery electric vehicles to powered wheelbarrows and food service trolleys.  
 
Hireitnow.com.au has been specifically created to meet the requirements of those who only need products at certain times.  
 
Hireitnow.com.au specialises in event, corporate and logistic hire, offering either short or long term options.  
 
The site has many features including product information, specifications, listings of ideal applications, the optional extras available, hire rates and the quantities of products available for hire.  
 
Reservations can be made online by simply completing a form that appears at the bottom of the product page.
 
A Warequip team member then contacts the client to formalise the booking. 
 
And the new industrial vehicle site: www.industrialvehicles.com.au is an information hub designed to familiarise Warequip partners and customers with its vast range of industrial vehicles. 
 
“The industrial vehicle industry is quite technical so it’s daunting for an inexperienced person to work in even if you have an engineering background,” said a Warequip senior executive. “The new website arms consumers and partners with all the information required to make the right choice when deciding which vehicle is best suited to their application. No other site is specifically designed for the industrial vehicle market to offer information such as return on investment (ROI) calculators, usage and presentation pictures, videos, FAQ’s and PDF data sheets.”
 
The www.industrialvehicles.com.au website has a focus on OH&S and the environment – two of the most important issues now facing industry.
 
Backed by experienced staff, extensive range of spare parts and service program, Warequip is well positioned to solve almost any application in a safe and sustainable way.  
 
The in-house fabrication and workshop facility allows Warequip to customise the vehicle to suit a client’s specific needs. 
 
Warequip
Ph: 1800 337 711

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