MINIMIZED DOWNTIME FOR INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY
TULSA, Okla. – July 9, 2009 — When a tool is in for service, the work no longer needs to stop. Hilti Tool Fleet Management customers can receive loaner tools at no cost* when their corresponding Tool Fleet Management tool is being repaired. The loaner service is an exclusive Hilti feature for qualifying Premium Tool Fleet Management customers.
A wide range of tools are eligible for the loaner service, including most hammer drills, demolition hammers, diamond core rigs and drills, rotating and pipe lasers, and select powder- and gas-actuated tools. Whenever a covered tool goes in for calibration or repair, the Tool Fleet Management customer can request a free loaner tool via express delivery to maintain jobsite productivity. When the repaired tool is sent back to the customer, a pre-addressed and pre-paid shipping label will be included for return of the loaner tool. Hilti keeps it simple while keeping workers on the job.
Innovative tool management designed to improve productivity is the basis of the Hilti Tool Fleet Management service. The first of its kind, the Hilti Tool Fleet Management service includes a comprehensive tool analysis, upgrades that don’t require a huge upfront investment, tool replacement, theft coverage and much more. The loaner service is the latest addition to this valuable service offering.
For more information on Hilti Tool Fleet Management and the new loaner service, please contact Hilti Customer Service. From the U.S., call Hilti, Inc., at 1-800-879-8000 or visit www.us.hilti.com; from Canada, call Hilti (Canada) Corporation at 1-800-363-4458 or visit www.ca.hilti.com.
*Some limitations apply. Contact Hilti for details.
About Hilti, Inc.
Hilti is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of quality, innovative and specialized tools and fastening systems for the professional user. With more than 1,600 highly trained Hilti account managers and engineers throughout North America and an additional 1,510 Hilti employees nationwide, Hilti expertise covers the areas of powder actuated fastening, drilling and demolition, diamond coring and cutting, measuring, firestopping, screw fastening, adhesive and mechanical anchoring, and strut and hanger systems.
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