Kiloutou adapts services to support customers

By Thomas Allen02 November 2020

Kiloutou’s 420 rental depots are remaining open in France’s second national lockdown, and the company has introduced a new service offering to deliver small equipment directly to jobsites in less than two hours and without contact.

Kiloutou sign

This is in addition to its existing small equipment delivery service provided by a fleet of 700 delivery vehicles.

Also, for non-professionals carrying out home improvements, Kiloutou is offering home delivery during lockdown, as well as its usual click-and-collect service.

Valérie Marchand, Sales and Marketing Director of Kiloutou, said, “As announced, the construction sector is allowed to continue its activity. Committed to supporting our customers in carrying out their projects, all of Kiloutou’s team members are mobilised throughout France.

“As a partner, we affirm our support by adapting our services to allow them to save time and to stay focused on their projects.”

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