Coates Hire today launched a new website that is aimed at better informing customers of the company’s equipment hire and ancillary services offering, as well as serving as an industry information platform.
The new site features a news and events section that includes updates and achievements by some of the organisations’ brand ambassadors such as racing great John Bowe and V8 Supercars young gun Nick Percat.
As a source of information, the Coates Hire website also features a variety of industry best practice case studies as well as posting new laws and legislation and their subsequent effects on industry as they are introduced.
A new product library has been created that allows users to send a product to a smartphone, via email or to a friend. Also, a revamped Google maps branch locator engine allows users to send enquiries to the branch of their choice provided a post code is entered.
The branch locator now also provides customers with an indication of the branch type. For example, upon searching for a particular branch the user can see whether the local branch is a general hire branch or a Coates Hire Compaction & Earthmoving branch. Insertion of post-codes brings up the nearest eight branches, contact details, hours of operation and the branch type
Finally, the new site incorporates information on accredited training courses. Particular jobs and work sites often require specific state accreditations that must be achieved via course completion, such as confined spaced entry and mobile scaffold awareness.
A long time RTO (Registered Training Organisation; National Provider number 1402), Coates Hire now prominently highlights the range of courses available around the country.
Filtered via state, visitors can now send training course booking enquiries online, read course outcomes and download course handbooks. A wide range of courses are available from a ‘Licence to Operate Forklift’ (selected states) to OHS ‘Construction Induction White Card’.
Further information can be found on the newly relaunched Coates Hire website.