MaxiTRANS are now also In2Tyres

MaxiTRANS Parts has launched a new online tyre store – In2Tyres (www.in2tyres.com.au). Offering a range of  truck and trailer tyres.

The concept of In2Tyres is to provide the road transport industry with a time saving and competitive way to meet its tyre demands.

MaxiTRANS Parts General Manager, Peter Loimaranta, predicted that the new site could change the landscape of the tyre industry. “In2Tyres breaks the mould of the traditional tyre retail models in Australia. We have been conditioned to believe in this country that the only way to buy tyres is to have them fitted at the same place where we buy them, which adds a great deal of extra expense. In2Tyres follows overseas trends by making tyres available to buy independently of installation, meaning owners can fit the tyres themselves or make use of more economical independent tyre fitters. By also utilising a low cost online retail model, we are able to pass considerable cost savings on to the end user.”

“This is just another way we can service our customers better by offering them the convenience and savings of purchasing online. Customers are able to order online with the option of either delivery to a nominated address or collection from the many Colrain and Queensland Diesel Spares branches throughout Australia.”

Justin O’Brien, National Sales Manager, agreed, commenting “For the smart buyer the opportunity to purchase truck tyres at a fraction of the traditional price is enticing. The step by step In2Tyres online ordering process is simple and easy to follow. However if customers need to speak an expert, we are also available via 1300 265 724 for phone sales & assistance. Because we are an Australian based company, that means our representatives are just a local phone call away.

Mr O’Brien stressed that the low cost tyres have not come at the expense of quality. “In2Tyres understands tyres and understands how important they are out on the road,” he said. “As such, the new website stocks some of the world’s largest manufacturers of tyres,” said Mr O’Brien. “From superior performance tyres to more economical options we have a large selection of models which will suit most applications.”

“We would encourage users to continue checking the In2Tyres web site for the latest product news and updates.” Mr O’Brien said, adding that the company intends to continually broaden and strengthen its tyre range into the future.

The In2Tyres website is now live and open for business. Visit www.in2tyres.com.au for more information.

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