Trolex launches ‘Support Mining’ campaign
Published by Harleigh Hobbs,
Trolex is launching a new campaign, ‘Support Mining’ (#supportmining), which is targeted at giving the mining industry what it most needs now – lower cost equipment that helps it to increase output efficiency. This is in response to the tough times facing the industry and the need to control cost levels.
The first initiative in the #supportmining campaign is to supply the sensors for the company’s new GasHawk PGM at cost price to all of the company’s customers. This means on average an 80% discount compared to the Trolex’s nearest competitors on this product. These are exactly the same products from exactly the same suppliers that the company’s competitors are selling, just 80% cheaper.
“If companies are happy with their supplier and happy to pay 4 or 5 times the cost for their sensors then we respect that, but we know that there are some businesses out there that might want to know why they are paying these exceptionally high charges for simply passing on a product. You don’t need to pay those prices with Trolex,” said Glyn Pierce-Jones Group Managing Director at Trolex Group Ltd.
Trolex has been supplying the mining industry for 60 years and has a reputation for delivering high-quality safety equipment at honest prices and this initiative demonstrates why.
The new GasHawk from Trolex is the world’s foremost personal gas detector for mining, with up to seven days battery life even with infrared sensors installed. With the new #supportmining offer on consumables as part of the launch, the cost of ownership on the GasHawk will be around 50 – 60% less than inferior competitor units.
Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/product-news/05092016/trolex-launches-support-mining-campaign-2371/
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