SmartEquip Network and Lincoln ElectricClick image to enlarge

SmartEquip Network and Lincoln ElectricClick image to enlarge

Lincoln Electric Co. is partnering with the SmartEquip Network, which will provide owners of Lincoln Electric welding equipment with all the critical product information and parts support catalogues they need to maintain their fleet.

We are excited about this new partnership. Fleet customers throughout North America, many of which are already mutual customers of Lincoln Electric and SmartEquip, will now be able to access Lincoln Electric’s service parts business through this proven software solution,” says Matt Fleming, construction and rental sales manager, Lincoln Electric.

The SmartEquip Network provides product support information for more than 280 suppliers to fleets in North America and Europe.

“Our Network has seen significant growth over the past year and the addition of quality manufacturers like Lincoln Electric represent important milestones for SmartEquip,” adds Ron Piccolo, Executive Vice President with SmartEquip.

Fleet owners who are partnered with SmartEquip’s Network can expect the availability of Lincoln Electric’s parts and service content in July.

SmartEquip focuses on online parts support with over 280 OEM brands, 40,000 users, and more than 4,000 locations across North America and Europe integrated in the SmartEquip Network. The SmartEquip Network grants manufacturers the ability to improve the quality of dealer and end user support while cutting costs by decreasing inefficiencies and streamlining workflow. Fleet owners supported by the SmartEquip Network see a growth in revenue from their equipment by increasing asset availability, automating and accelerating service, and reducing errors. SmartEquip, staffed by experienced members of the construction and software industry, recently surpassed over $1.4 billion in transactions and continues to grow its network globally. SmartEquip. “Be Ready”.

 

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