New to Au­tomas­ter Equip­ment

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Over the last 10 years the guys at Au­tomas­ter Equip­ment have learned that not ev­ery cus­tomer has the ex­act same set of re­quire­ments. In other words there is no one-size-fit­sall so­lu­tion.

“We know that some busi­nesses will al­ways want the high­est qual­ity. Some want qual­ity so­lu­tions, but at a rea­son­able price. And oth­ers will sim­ply want the low­est priced equip­ment on of­fer.

“By un­der­stand­ing the re­quire­ments of our cus­tomers busi­nesses, we can help them to find the best value prod­uct, not just in terms of up-front price, but also on-go­ing op­er­at­ing costs, re­turn on in­vest­ment, and prod­uct per­for­mance,” says Gary Cot­terell di­rec­tor of Au­tomas­ter Equip­ment.

So with this in mind Au­tomas­ter Equip­ment is con­tin­u­ally look­ing for op­por­tu­ni­ties to ex­pand its range when the wright prod­ucts be­come avail­able. Au­tomas­ter Equip­ment is now the fac­tory-ap­pointed New Zealand dis­trib­u­tor for the gen­uine Korean man­u­fac­tured range of Pow­er­rex ve­hi­cle hoists.

The new man­age­ment of Pow­er­rex has been tasked to in­crease sales and in­ter­na­tional ex­ports of their ve­hi­cle lifts. As part of their long term growth plan they have re­turned all man­u­fac­tur­ing back to their Korean plant, so they can com­pletely con­trol all as­pects of pro­duc­tion from start to fin­ish, en­sur­ing con­sis­tent top qual­ity lifts are de­liv­ered to their deal­ers.

Although this in­creases the pro­duc­tion costs a lit­tle, it re­duces af­ter­sales costs, im­proves dealer con­fi­dence and long-term re­li­a­bil­ity of the lifts, which in turn will en­sure re­peat busi­ness from the end users.

The start­ing stock range con­sists of two post clear floor hoists, with man­ual lever lock re­lease and a choice of the ex­tra low arm de­sign with 4x4 adapters, or the ratchet up foot de­sign. In­cluded is the pop­u­lar SL-3600A four post wheel align­ment hoist, supplied with twin jack­ing beams and a full sixbut­ton re­mote con­trol. These lifts are tested and cer­ti­fied to Aus­tralian/NZ elec­tri­cal and safety stan­dards.

“With Pow­er­rex hav­ing an great rep­u­ta­tion for qual­ity and per­for­mance, we in­stantly knew this was go­ing to be another fan­tas­tic op­tion for our cus­tomers,” says Gary. Also from Korea, the Car­man Scan Auto-i700 is a world-class di­ag­nos­tic scan­ner with a high res­o­lu­tion colour touch screen run­ning a Win­dows O/S. It is a rugged shop-tough tablet style ve­hi­cle tester, cov­er­ing a vast range of ve­hi­cle sys­tems, with ex­cel­lent in-depth di­ag­nos­tic ca­pa­bil­i­ties.

The Auto-i700 tool builds on 25 years of Car­man Scan her­itage and is claimed to be the best Asian tester on the mar­ket that also cov­ers, Euro­pean, Amer­i­can and Aus­tralian ve­hi­cles, and now also with Asian 24V truck and bus ap­pli­ca­tions.

The amaz­ingly quick op­er­at­ing sys­tem and in-depth func­tion­al­ity makes the new Car­man Auto-i700 a se­ri­ous player in the pro­fes­sional di­ag­nos­tic mar­ket.

The kit in­cludes the ba­sic kit plus the Aus­tralia pack con­tain­ing a carry case, power sup­ply ca­bles and bat­tery charges, OBDII con­nec­tor as well as a vast range of plugs and ca­bles to suit Asian and Aus­tralian ve­hi­cles, plus three years of soft­ware up­dates for $5,695 plus GST, or from $38 per week.

Au­tomas­ter Equip­ment says it works to en­sure that it can pro­vide a range of qual­ity prod­ucts at a va­ri­ety of price points. The full range con­sists of ve­hi­cle hoists from Peak, Au­tomas­ter, Atom and Pow­er­rex plus tyre chang­ers, wheel bal­ancers and align­ers from Au­tomas­ter Pro Se­ries and Corghi.

View the web­site www.au­tomas­ter. co.nz, phone 0800 214 604 or email [email protected]­tomas­ter.co.nz for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

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