Trico Lift Boosts Homepage with Video Options
Trico Lift, a full-service aerial work platform company, has added several videos to its website, www.tricolift.com. Part of a new corporate DVD developed by the company, these videos provide an audiovisual presentation of its services. The DVD offers a main company video, “The Up-Time Company,” along with three segments. “Your Preferred Aerial Work Platform Provider” focuses on Trico Lift's core products and services. “Trico-Lift's Fleet Maintenance Services” informs viewers about the company's support services. And “Ensuring Your Safety and Compliance” showcases its recognized safety program and services.
According to Chris Carmolingo, executive vice president of Trico Lift, the DVD offers visitors a new informational tool to view Trico Lift in an entertaining way. “It is an audiovisual experience about our long-time history and commitment to the lift industry,” said Carmolingo.
Trico Lift launched www.tricolift.com in 2008 and has since added video features as well as a complete listing of used equipment available for sale. The homepage also features customer access to individual account information, a store locator and the company's latest news announcements.
Clarke Rental Division Launches Special Website
The rental and co-op division of Springdale, Ark.-based Clarke recently released a batch of Web pages (www.clarkeus.com/rental) targeted at the rental and do-it-yourself audiences. This rental section includes rental-specific product information, how-to videos and contact information for the division's sales force. Visitors can also find in-depth and easy-to-follow operational guides for specific machines as well as specific floor sanding or cleaning processes. The sections of Clarke's website are designed to provide homeowner and do-it-yourself customers with the resources they need to get their required job completed.
JLG Introduces Online Learning Management System and Courses
McConnellsburg, Pa.-based JLG Industries, an Oshkosh Corp. company, has developed an online Learning Management System to deliver training for JLG customers at www.jlg.com. In addition to taking online courses, customers can also maintain their training history for both online and classroom courses. The company offers the following four courses online: Basic Electric, Basic Hydraulic, Warranty Fundamentals (warranty policy) and Service Bench (warranty system). JLG plans to further develop its online training to add to its existing instructor-led courses. These courses will benefit from having an online component taken as a prerequisite to make the time spent at a JLG training course more efficient with increased hands-on time and instructor interaction. In the future, JLG's online training program will include sales training and training record management.
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