Hy-Brid Lifts debuts online marketplace

By Lindsey Anderson04 August 2021

Scissor lift manufacturer Hy-Brid Lifts has launched an online parts and used equipment marketplace.

“We are continuing to implement technology and services to make customers’ lives easier,” said Marshall Shaver, Hy-Brid Lifts vice president of sales and marketing. “This year has presented a whole array of new challenges and opportunities. We are meeting those challenges by providing more online tools to the market at a time when companies are looking for digital ways to do business.”

Authorized dealers and service providers can create an account on the company’s website and order parts by browsing the interactive parts catalog online using a model number and serial number lookup, or, if the part numbers are already known, a quick add feature can be used. Dealers can access complete information, including list price and dealer discount pricing, directly in the interactive catalog or in the shopping cart. The shopping cart displays the price of the goods but does not include shipping costs. Dealers will be invoiced for all online purchases just as they would with an equipment order. After the order is placed, a confirmation is emailed to the account holder. All parts orders are typically filled same day if the order is placed by noon.

Hy-Brid Lifts also now offers used equipment for sale on its website with a range of brands available. The inventory can be filtered by manufacturer, model, mobility, condition, warranty, year, and price. Select used lifts are put through the company’s Work Ready program and have an additional 85-point Work Ready inspection, including annual inspection, and feature a factory warranty for 180 days covering all parts. This provides peace of mind that the lift is ready to work the second it gets off the trailer.

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