Motaquip launches all-new website

Published:  20 August, 2018

Motaquip has launched its brand new website with the aim of supporting its customer base both at home and abroad.

This initial launch is the first phase of the Motaquip website project and the brand is planning further significant developments in the months ahead. The most notable of these will be the addition of an all new, fully interactive e-Catalogue function. Motaquip will also add a specific ‘customer only’ section providing its customers with direct access to marketing materials, merchandise and in-depth technical product information.

General Manager Peter Cox commented:“This website will serve as the foundation of our brand in the UK and abroad. Anyone, anywhere, can now instantly see that Motaquip is an expert parts supplier with a long-standing track record and a glowing reputation among its customers.”

To view the new website and for more information on Motaquip please visit www.motaquip.com

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