IMO claims success for 'Drives Scrappage' scheme
07 April 2010
The recent Drives Scrappage initiative from IMO Precision Controls has attracted new business from North America and Asia, while strengthening its export sales to mainland Europe and generating a high level of interest from its established UK base. In its first three months, the scheme has generated nearly 100 new enquiries from the USA and Canada, as well as the Philippines, India and China, which means that customers from around the world are taking advantage of the discount offered for
Interest in the whole range, from the micro inverter CUB, through to the more powerful VXR and VXG drives comes from a variety of applications from small to medium conveyor systems through to large cranes and hoists. Customers are recognising the additional benefits of adopting the latest technology, including the opportunity to reduce emissions and increase overall efficiency, which means they will enjoy the energy saving payback within 12-18 months.
IMO’s dedicated website explains how customers can take part in the scheme, offer help with financing options available through Energy Efficiency Loans from the Carbon Trust, and even enable customers with a straightforward request to order a new drive online. Visit http://www.drivesscrappage.com/ for further information.
All ‘scrapped’ drives are disposed of responsibly and in accordance with the DEFRA publication Best Available Treatment Recovery and Recycling Techniques (BATRRT) and Treatment of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
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