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Make equipment inventory accessible through your own website, affordably

Thursday, 12 March 2015 ( #709 )
Make equipment inventory accessible through your own website.
Make equipment inventory accessible through your own website.
Making your fleet of rough terrain lift trucks and heavy equipment searchable online is more important than ever, but many dealers don't have the time or the resources to create individual web pages for each machine in their inventory. The Machinery Street Showroom was created with the help of rough terrain and high capacity forklift dealers like H&K Equipment as a no-investment option for dealers to get all their equipment online and attached to their website in minutes. What is Machinery Street? Machinery Street is a suite of tools that enables dealers to get their big trucks, heavy equipment, and material handling vehicles listed online without the need for additional software, hardware, or programming.
Machinery Street allows you to quickly publish promotional webpages for your equipment.
Machinery Street allows you to quickly publish promotional webpages for your equipment.
Our platform allows you to seamlessly attach an interactive showroom to your business's website. It will be branded to match the look and feel of your web property and lets you list and market equipment from an easy-to-use dashboard. Each piece of equipment is added simply by filling in a few item-specific fields with details you wish to include for the unit. There is no limit to the number of items you can list. What can you do with Machinery Street?
  • List machines: post details, specs, and comments about any vehicle.
  • Upload photos and videos.
  • Attach brochures, technical sheets, and product literature.
  • Easily search for a vehicle by category, year, manufacturer, stock number, and more.
Item pages are created via a simplified dashboard.
Item pages are created via a simplified dashboard.
Concierge-style search eliminates guesswork and makes it easier for customers to find equipment.
Concierge-style search eliminates guesswork and makes it easier for customers to find equipment.
Visitors to your website will be able to locate the machines they want through a concierge-style search system that eliminates the guesswork of hunting for a specific piece of equipment. Once a machine is rented or sold, you can remove it from your showroom with a single click, or relist it later just as easily. Reach more customers in the Forkliftaction Marketplace. Every vehicle you add to your showroom can be included in your Forkliftaction Marketplace account by simply checking a box. Your listing will appear right alongside other equipment in the material handling industry's most popular exchange without any extra effort from you.
Every machine you add to your showroom can be instantly included in the Forkliftaction Marketplace.
Every machine you add to your showroom can be instantly included in the Forkliftaction Marketplace.
Interact with a community of dealers. Machinery Street also makes it easy to share information and interact with other dealers. If a customer is looking for a piece of equipment that you don't stock, you can search for it on our network and quickly send a request to a member dealer who does. If they approve your request, you can add their vehicle to your showroom with a single click. You can also find and contact dealers directly to partner up for special projects and unique sales opportunities. The potential for collaborative growth through Machinery Street is limitless. Make equipment inventory accessible through your own website, affordably Machinery Street allows you to make your entire fleet of new and used equipment visible to your customers at a fraction of the cost of building the same functionality into your business's website. Machinery Street is free to try and there is no commitment or contract required.
Visit www.machinerystreet.com, call (412) 809-5420, or send an email to learn more.
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