A class leading service
Continental’s new Industrial Network consists of professional industrial tyre specialists across the UK and Ireland, guaranteeing a class leading service for its customers.
Providing forklift and industrial vehicle users with greater flexibility and choice, the Continental Industrial Network offers customers local, independent tyre partners that have the support of a premium tyre manufacturer and a focus on service excellence.
From forklift tyres and services for materials handling to specialist tyres for a range of diverse applications, the Continental Industrial Network partners offer Continental’s full range of tyre brands and products. These include premium Continental super elastic tyres, press on bands, pneumatic radial and crossply tyres and the revolutionary CSEasy tyre for customers looking for superior performance and lowest whole life cost. The mid-range Barum brand of super elastic tyres and the latest economy offering – the Continental LifeCycle retreaded tyre are also available. This enables the Continental Industrial Network partners to recommend the best tyre to suit the application in terms of both quality and price expectations.
With a focus on delivering a professional service to customers, the Continental Industrial Network offers fully trained IMI accredited technicians – ensuring customers feel confident in the specialists attending to their vehicles. Highest quality products and services, expert technical back-up as well as a focus on key performance indicators reinforce the service levels offered and deliver the optimum performance and life from the tyres.
Rebecca Shedden, general sales manager specialty tyres commented: ‘‘With a proven track record thanks to the Conti360° Fleet Services truck network, Continental has a vast wealth of knowledge and expertise upon which to build the Industrial Network and support its partners. This is just one further step in Continental’s continued investment in the industrial and specialist tyre market.”
“Our network partners have been selected on the basis of their professionalism and service and, combined with our market leading products, we are in the best position to service all our customers’ tyre needs, drive down their annual tyre bill and reduce costly vehicle downtime.”
With 12 network partners already appointed, Continental are confident of a broad national coverage, looking to further optimise network coverage throughout the year in response to demand.
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