FAD Equipment launches online store

By Hannah SundermeyerFebruary 11, 2021

A new USA material handling equipment store has gone live at fadequipmentstore.com, offering free shipping on all products.

The store is divided into easy-to-navigate product sections.

Headquartered in South Carolina, fadequipmentstore.com puts lifting, material handling, safety and load monitoring products a click away from end-users in warehouses, manufacturing, construction, oil and gas, renewables, commercial and other markets. 

The new business, powered by online equipment directory findadistributor.com, is led by Jeff Miller, general manager, while industry entrepreneur David Ayling is president. 

“This is the most innovative material handling ecommerce concept to hit the market,” said Miller. “It’s one thing to deliver an online platform where users can visit, click and order, but another to present a broad portfolio of products each of which is the standout technology or solution in its sector. fadequipmentstore.com is a combination of easy-to-order and best-in-class.”

Leading manufacturers that have listed product on the store include: The Crosby Group (lifting and rigging hardware), Crosby | Straightpoint (load monitoring technology), Crosby | Accolift (chain and lever hoists), Oz Lifting (davit cranes and hoists), Caldwell (overhead lifting and rigging gear), SpaceGuard, A-Safe (both protective guarding products), P&I Supply (tool drop prevention solutions) and Kroy Sign Systems (signs and way-finding).

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