Pettibone Announces Web Site Launch

Along with features and specifications on each product model, the site also offers industry application and safety information.

Wed February 24, 2016 - National Edition
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Pettibone/Traverse announced the launch of its new Web site at 
www.gopettibone.com.
Pettibone/Traverse announced the launch of its new Web site at www.gopettibone.com.

Pettibone/Traverse Lift LLC, a manufacturer of rugged material handling equipment for construction, oil and gas, forestry, railroad and other industrial applications, announced the launch of its new Web site at www.gopettibone.com.

Pettibone's Web site features enhanced navigation and extensive information on the company's core product lines, including its Extendo telehandlers, Cary-Lift pipe, log and tire handlers, and Speed Swing rail cranes. Along with features and specifications on each product model, the site also offers industry application and safety information.

“Pettibone has a storied 135-year history, and the new site reflects both the longevity of our brand and the new look we've established over the past couple years,” said Mitch Fedie, marketing coordinator of Pettibone. “Customers have a lot of choices in the material handling equipment market, and we want to present detailed information that allows them to see how Pettibone machines are purpose-built to be among the safest and longest lasting in the industry.”

For more information, call 800/467-3884 or visit www.gopettibone.com.


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