Roadranger launches e-commerce
Eaton Corp. and its Roadranger marketing partner, Dana Corporation, Toledo, Ohio, have launched their first e-commerce initiative with the Roadranger Store. The secure webite can be accessed at https.www.roadrangerstore.com or through the Roadranger customer service site, www.roadranger.com.
While the Roadranger Store will not sell Eaton’s or Dana’s core aftermarket products, such as gears, shafts, bearings or reman units, it will offer “a few, unique service products and tools directly to the industry as a retailing convenience.”
The store will grow slowly through 2002, as a number of other unique service products and tools will be offered, according to Jeff Romig, general manager of the Roadranger Aftermarket Division. “We recognize the need for special service tools and diagnostics, and it is our intent to offer a full line of tools and services to simplify maintenance of our products,” he says.
Other planned offerings will include extended warranties, Roadranger-brand wearables and promotional items, as well as links to Roadranger service literature and training programs.
Updated site for Carrier
Carrier Transicold, Syracuse, N.Y., has redesigned its website and assigned it a new address – www.trucktrailer.carrier.com.
Although visitors to the previous address (www.carrier.transicold.com) will find a link to the new one, the new URL brings visitors directly to the site for Carrier’s North American truck and trailer refrigeration products and services.
The site contains product and organizational information, news items, a dealer locator, and schedules and locations for technical training schools held throughout North America.