Mill Autoquip’s latest 24 page Winter publication, Essential Trade Solutions, has almost everything a workshop will require for the forthcoming colder months. Mill Autoquip are also fighting the chill felt by many in their wallets at this time of year with some amazing deals, including some offers that are even cheaper than last winter.
Essential Trade Solutions contains a vast variety of winter workshop must haves, such as heaters, bulbs, wipers and other fast moving winter lines. It also includes an array of PPE, tooling, equipment and lighting offers to make working this winter a little easier.
Mill Autoquip’s Sales & Marketing Manager Damian Milling said:
“This year’s packed Winter edition of Essential Trade Solutions features a number of new lines for us and possibly the largest range off PPE we have ever offered. We have worked hard to identify new products and suppliers that can deliver a range of quality items for our customers this winter. This includes work lights from FLOOD-IT who have established their reputation for quality in the building trade, the one environment that is probably harder on equipment than the motor trade.”
Along with some new names, Essential Trade Solutions also includes many of the industry’s leaders like Yuasa, Valeo and Osram. These leading suppliers of original equipment quality parts help Mill Autoquip deliver outstanding value for money with “Fit and Forget” confidence that every workshop needs. Given that some forecasters are predicting this winter could be the coldest for a century, the quality of the parts a workshop uses has possibly never been more important.
James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather said
“A number of potentially very cold periods of weather and major snow events are likely to develop throughout this winter across large parts of the country, in particular, throughout the latter part of December and into January… However, there are some conflicting signals for December at present, which could introduce some milder and rather unsettled interludes of weather at times to begin with.”