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Brammer extends expertise online with 2nd 'quick tips' video

04 January 2012

Brammer, the distributor of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, has launched the second in a series of advice-led videos to share its expertise and engage with customers online

The ‘Quick Tips’ series are short, sharp visual aids featuring a number of different product group specialists and industry experts explaining key issues and suggesting practical advice for customers.

The latest video, about drive belts, is now available online. It offers advice on selecting the right drive belt for the job, with a demonstration of the potential energy saving and efficiency benefit fromfitting the most appropriate product for any application. You can view the video on the Brammer Quick Tips website,www.brammertips.com.

Jeremy Salisbury, Head of Marketing at Brammer UK,explained: “Brammer is renowned across Europe for its comprehensive product portfolio, its expertise and range of value-added support services to help customers reduce their total acquisition costs, improve production efficiency and reduce working capital.

“The success of our customers’ operations is our priority and we strive to help them in any way we can. That’s why we’re developing a rich digital resource focusing on excellence via our website and other online channels.

“The ‘Quick Tips’ video series offers concise, invaluable insight into everydayindustry topics that customers can apply to their own business scenarios. Each video is tailored to connect with the local audience on a relevant topic. In 2012 customers can look forward to impactful videos on topics such as lubricants, belts, motors and gearboxes, tools and general maintenance.

“This video demonstrates that a simple and cost-effective change of a drive belt can result in huge energy savings.

Brammer supplies an unrivalled range of more than 3.5 million products from the world’s leading engineering component manufacturers across 300 branches in Europe to over 100,000 customers. Through its specialised Insite™ service, Brammer can also provide dedicated resource ata customer site to manage inventory, provide technical advice and support to help standardise and rationalise use of MRO products.


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