MEC updates website

22 May 2013

MEC Aerial Work Platforms has made a number of changes to its website.

“We have streamlined the user interface by having a nice and easy categorization of products and services,” said Matthew Gauer, sales territory manager for MEC. “Pretty basic but pretty important and very useful for a customer.”

Visitors viewing the homepage will see large buttons calling out “scissors,” “booms,” “service/support” and “sales inquiries.” Behind the “scissors” or “booms” buttons, visitors will see MEC’s product offering. When a visitor selects one of the models, they are taken to a product page that will allow them to review the specifications and images, download or print a brochure and compare models.

The “service/support” button allows machine owners to download operator manuals, parts and service manuals and schematics. These documents are in .pdf format and are available for ANSI, CSA, CE, and Australia models.

Under “sales inquiries,” a visitor can directly contact the appropriate sales director for either the North American or International market.

The site contains additional features such as a link to the MEC YouTube channel, a brief history of MEC Aerial Work Platforms, warranty info and archived news.

“It’s an improvement over the previous site and plays a big role in increased customer interaction,” Gauer said. “ It also provides visitors with a tool that will help them more quickly and effectively research the aerial market and find the information they need on their current machine or for a future acquisition.”

To learn more, visit the site at

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