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Global Turf Equipment Launches Re-Designed Mobile Website

12.04am 17th December 2013 - Corporate - This story was updated on Monday, December 16th, 2013

GTE UK websiteGlobal Turf Equipment (GTE) – the world’s largest independent seller and exporter of pre-owned golf course equipment – announces it has launched a re-designed mobile website.

Highlighted by increased functionality and improved navigation, its homepage organizes GTE’s 650-piece inventory into 20 product categories. The new look and feel of www.globalturfequipment.com makes viewing a snap on tablets or smartphones.

Portals for Global Turf branches in the United Kingdom (www.globalturfequipment.co.uk) and Denmark (www.globalturfequipment.dk) have also been optimized for mobile devices.

“We’re pleased to offer a website better tailored to the needs of on-the-go course owners, GMs, superintendents and equipment managers,” says Jim Sartain, president, Global Turf Equipment. “With no end in sight to the popularity of mobile devices, it’s increasingly crucial for businesses of all shapes and sizes to make their online home inviting and informative to all end users.”

Serving golf facilities in more than 80 countries worldwide and all 50 U.S. states, GTE offers substantial cost savings to golf course owners, operators, and superintendents with late model alternatives to brand-new machines.

GTE’s 30,000 square-foot USA headquarters stocks more than 650 pieces of equipment, including fairway mowers, greens mowers, top dressers, turf aerators, sprayers, utility vehicles and more.

Earlier this year, GTE established an overseas partnership with the U.K.’s CountyMowers as the first step in long-term plans to strengthen its European distribution network. A new facility in Denmark followed as the next phase in GTE’s European expansion.

Global Turf Equipment www.globalturfequipment.com

       

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