SmartEquip Welcomes Four New Vendors to its Network

The SmartEquip Network has been joined by four new vendors.

Mon August 08, 2016 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The SmartEquip Network has been joined by four new vendors.
The SmartEquip Network has been joined by four new vendors.

The SmartEquip Network has been joined by four new vendors, Summit Supply LLC., Makinex Construction Products, Armadillo Tire LLC., and Silverstone Inc. All have all signed contracts enabling them to connect with their consumers via the SmartEquip Network.

By joining the SmartEquip Network, these manufacturers and distributors will be able to provide significant improvement in both their transactional and operational efficiencies, as well as streamline their internal workflow and drive profits for both themselves and their consumers. These new partners can now leverage SmartEquip's online parts support network to increase their exposure and part sales to the fleet customers who use SmartEquip to drive shop procurement and efficiency, while increasing operating efficiency and uptime. SmartEquip serves over 40,000+ users and technicians across more than 6,000 locations, including 75% of the construction equipment locations of the top 20 of the RER 100. The SmartEquip Network provides fleet owners and dealers with more than 200 OEM brands and recently surpassed more than $1.4 billion in transactions, 10 million parts orders, $2 billion in order value, and $20 billion in fleet coverage.

Ron Piccolo, EVP of Sales and Marketing at SmartEquip adds, “Because equipment fleets are inherently comprised of multiple brands and a wide variety of models, it is vital that SmartEquip offer the depth and breadth of suppliers on our Network that our fleets require. SmartEquip is constantly expanding its global network and is pleased to welcome the additions of Summit Supply LLC., Makinex Construction Products, Armadillo Tire LLC., and Silverstone Inc.”




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