Power Equipment Company Launches New Website

Fri April 07, 2017 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Power Equipment Company, a leading heavy equipment dealership in the Rocky Mountain region, has launched a new commercial website (www.power-equip.com). This newly redesigned website makes it quick and easy to access essential information. It features a more comprehensive view of the company's product and service offerings across a wide range of industries including construction, aggregate, paving & compaction, and waste material handling.

Developed with the user experience in mind, the new website has been designed using the latest web development technology that allows full functionality on browsers of computers, tablets, and smart phones.

"We wanted the new site to be a rich resource for existing and prospective customers for their purchase decision-making process," said Will Ricketts, President of Power Equipment Company. "With big, bold imagery, easy navigation, and accessibility on any device, we believe that we have created a site that demonstrates, through our equipment and product support solutions, how we deliver value to our customer's business and strengthen their bottom line."

Power Equipment Company will also be aggressively marketing their vast inventory of used equipment on the new site. In addition to having the largest inventory of new and used aggregate equipment in the region, Power Equipment Company offers a wide range of rental fleet equipment for sale at competitive price points at each of their branch locations.

For more information about Power Equipment Company, visit www.power-equip.com.

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