Core Slings Introduce Lifting Products on New Website

Press Release
Friday, November 30, 2012
Photo by Core Slings

Core  Slings Specialize in Custom Nylon Slings, Polyester Round Slings, Wire Rope Slings, & Chain Slings.



E-commerce company, Core Industrial Lifting Slings has launched a new website to describe the  sling types and available options, but all slings are completely customizable and made to the specifications of the customer.



JJ Floss, CORE Slings lead sales manager, says that because there is such a wide range of sling types, fabrications, hitches and end assemblies, the company is having customers call to order a sling.
 


“Because the specifications of slings can often be very technical, right now we’re having our customers call us to place an order,” said Floss. “We are considering adding the capabilities of ordering online, but we’re finding it’s much more helpful for our customers if they speak to our sales staff to ensure they are ordering the correct lifting sling for their particular needs.”



Floss says there is also a”Request for Quote” form on the website that customers can submit online to have a member of the sales team contact them. Because nearly all of the slings are made to order, production times can vary but many are manufactured and shipped within three to five business days.

 

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