FACOM OPENS NEW ROUTE TO MARKET

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The service gives Facom a new route to market
The service gives Facom a new route to market

Facom has found a new route to market after partnering with tool loan site, Rent2Repair.

The tool supplier has signed up to the service, which allows garages and technicians to hire tools for a specific job at 24 hours notice.

Rent2Repair says that at a time when money is tight for businesses, only loaning out the tools they need for specific jobs for short periods of time makes more sense than investing in specialist equipment.

UK Sales Director for Facom Tony Prueitt commented: “Rent2Repair provides us with a whole new way to interact with our aftermarket users. The service it provides is unique and it’s a great addition to our other distribution channels, offering technicians the chance to try a tool before buying it.”

Facom says the Rent2Repair service will allow the company to get its tools into buyers hands and give them a ‘try before you buy’ experience.

Managing Director for Rent2Repair Julian Thomas said: “We are delighted to have Facom’s products in our catalogue and we are looking forward to a fruitful partnership.

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