Skyjack introduces new used gear public sale platformadmin
Linamar Company’s Skyjack division has launched a used gear web site. The web site, www.used.skyjack.com, is the primary OEM on-line public sale web site of its form and options Skyjack gear alongside a number of the trade’s different well-known manufacturers.
“Our workforce has translated our general philosophy of easy reliability into the used gear market by way of this new web site,” says Joel Robinson, managing director of monetary companies at Skyjack. “Simplifying shopping for choices and the method to buy used gear, we’re actually excited to present our patrons easy accessibility to essentially the most dependable used gear round.”
Along with simplifying the web portion of shopping for used gear, Skyjack additionally expanded its holding yard footprint from 5 areas to 25 areas throughout North America. For potential patrons this implies buying gear that is aware of the identical local weather and decrease freight charges.
“With our superior filter device potential patrons can choose their location and discover the gear that is closest to them,” Robinson explains. “And naturally if somebody has a model desire, or is on the lookout for a particular working peak, they will slim their search down utilizing our filter bar.”
Potential patrons can view inspection studies, photos, and even place bids on-line 24/7 from anyplace with an web connection. Every bit of apparatus promoted features a complete inspection report, together with photos, to present an intensive impression of the state of the gear. This implies patrons are properly knowledgeable in regards to the state of the machine, and that state is assured by Skyjack.
“It is vital for patrons to have faith that gear on our web site is within the situation it is acknowledged in, which is why we provide such a complete inspection report,” says Erik Sanzotti, used gear gross sales at Skyjack. “Solely by offering potential patrons with essentially the most full info potential can they confidently – and precisely – bid on a product with out kicking the tires themselves.”