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Marketplace notes

Thursday, 8 Sep 2005 ( #225 )
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The Marketplace caters to used equipment exporters as well as local forklift dealers. Dealers sometimes tell us they have to filter through the Marketplace enquiries and notifications to find the ones that are relevant to their business region or equipment type.

The Marketplace offers a number of settings, which help make it relevant to your business. With the use of ‘equipment filters’ you can set and save your regional and equipment type preferences. This will reduce the Machine Wanted requests you receive.
To create ‘equipment filters’, click the link in your member accounts page.

To reduce the number of email enquiries via your company’s ShopFront contact form, we can add a description of your business scope to your ShopFront and your contact form. Ask us for assistance.

Contact Andrew Musgrave to help you set your Marketplace preferences: email, phone +61 7 3369 9090 or fax +61 7 3369 9096.

Have a great week!
The Marketplace team - – Phone: +61 7 3369 9090 – Fax: +61 7 3369 9096.
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