Leicestershire Based Equipment Dealer Urge Businesses To Sell Redundant Equipment
Leicestershire based Westermans discuss the reasons why those within the machinery industry should utilise unused equipment.
- (1888PressRelease) June 03, 2011 - Westermans, the UK based supplier of used welding and cutting machinery are encouraging struggling businesses to sell on unused or unneeded equipment and machinery.
In a bid to help both the suffering economy and the environment, Westermans offer to take on equipment that has either passed its best, or that is no longer required. Their team of skilled workmen then begin the adept process of refurbishing it to its former glory.
The next step in the process is for Westermans to sell the equipment to firms that would otherwise be unable to afford such high-spec and quality pieces of machinery.
Westermans pride themselves on being a superior alternative to other methods of selling unwanted goods such as Internet auction and sales sites. While many users of such sites will turn out to be timewasters, offering too little money or failing to complete the purchase they have bid for, Westermans guarantee that they will offer a fair price and a reliable, friendly service.
The Leicestershire based company will also offer commission to anyone that is able to successfully introduce a new customer to their firm, upon the placement of the customer's first order.
Westermans are asking in particular for any company or individual with unused plasma cutting equipment to get in touch urgently.
The last 6 months have seen a dramatic increase in the sales of CNC plasma cutting equipment and Westermans wish to reiterate to anyone that has such machinery in an unused state that its sale could bring much needed funds to struggling businesses.
Due to modern software, plasma cutters can now be re fitted and refurbished to include Burny Etek, Messer or ESAB computer control units. Such additions to the equipment will give the operator full office based productivity.
For companies interested in purchasing used equipment and machinery, it is worth noting that not only is the equipment supplied by Westermans offered at a fraction of the cost of new equipment, but that in addition, they can deliver the equipment within 2 weeks of an order. This is in stark comparison to new equipment which can often take in excess of 16 weeks to reach the buyer.
Westermans themselves were founded in the 1960s by Peter Westerman. Peter has over 50 years' experience in the machinery industry and boasts a solid reputation as well as a hard working and loyal team of employees. The previous 4 months has seen a 38% increase in sales for the Leicestershire dealers - good news not only for Westermans but for the metalwork industry as a whole - such stats indicate that the industry are likely to experience increases in sales as well as in the availability of jobs.
This press release was written by Boom Online Marketing on behalf of Westermans International. For more information on the services provided by Boom please visit www.boom-online.co.uk.