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ARI-HETRA debuts new Website

Posted on August 23, 2007

ARI-HETRA, manufacturer of heavy-duty mobile lifting equipment, exhaust extraction systems and wheel service equipment, has launched its new, user-friendly Website at www.ari-hetra.com.

 

Features of the new site include its online store, where ARI-HETRA’s full line of mobile lifting systems and wheel service equipment, including accessories and parts, are available for purchase.

 

Information and specifications on all products have been expanded and are accessed more quickly with the new search capability. New sections have been added to cater to architects, engineers and government entities. The Architects & Engineers pages offer the information needed to specify ARI-HETRA products into blueprints, while the Government pages offer special pricing to government employees.

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