“This new feature includes Budgit and Shaw-Box hoist diagrams that users can pull up and easily click on a number that will display a part number and description of the part they were searching for."
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 03, 2015
ProservCrane e-quipment added a new interactive tool to their online store that will make identifying overhead crane and hoist parts quicker and easier for both the end-user and ProservCrane parts specialists.
“We’ve added virtually every vendor manual, catalog and brochure to the site under the “Resources” tab, plus we added a new tool called “Interactive Parts Breakdown”, says Brad Wilson of ProservCrane Group.
“This new feature includes Budgit and Shaw-Box hoist diagrams that users can pull up and easily click on a number that will display a part number and description of the part they were searching for. Customers can then add the part to the cart and request a quote. This new tool will help both our customer and our parts specialists identify overhead crane and hoist parts more easily and more quickly than ever before.” says Brad.
ProservCrane e-quipment, is located on the web at http://parts.proservcrane.com and sells over 10,000 crane parts and components for nearly any brand of overhead crane or hoist. Most parts are in stock and ready-to-ship between 1 to 2 days and shipping is FREE on most items.
The site stocks hoist brands such as ACCO, Budgit, CM, Chester, Coffing, Detroit, Magnatek, Shaw-Box, Stahl, R&M, and Yale. Plus, component brands like Baldor, Cutler-Hammer, Dings, Duct-o-Wire, Electromotive, Insul-8, Saf-T-Bar, Square D, Telemecanique and much more.
“No matter how old or which crane manufacturer, if we do not stock a part there’s a pretty good chance that our machine shop can reproduce it. Not every crane company has the capabilities we have to service our clients. We see this online store as a great opportunity to help our customers as well as grow our parts business.” says Wilson.
With production operations in Houston, Irving and Salt Lake City, and field offices in San Antonio and Phoenix, ProservCrane Group manufactures about 800 cranes a year, mainly for the oil and gas industry.
Also located at their Houston facility is an on-site machine shop, Greenspoint Machine Works, that has the capabilities to reproduce discontinued or customized crane and hoist parts.
“We want to be your one-stop-shop for all your material handling needs.” adds Wilson.