Friday, December 16, 2016

SIMA Savings lightens the load



As part of its commitment to delivering outstanding membership value, SIMA works with supplier partners to offer cost savings through the SIMA Savings program.

By Heather Carew
SIMA understands that delivering outstanding snow and ice management service comes at a price. Equipment, ice management products, storage, weather tools...all of these and more play a key role in ensuring that companies can provide safe, efficient and effective service to their clients.

As you build and reinvest in your companies with the latest equipment and technologies, why pay full price when you don’t need to? That’s where SIMA can help.

As part of its commitment to delivering outstanding membership value, SIMA works with supplier partners to offer cost savings through the SIMA Savings program.

Currently, SIMA members have access to members-only savings from 25 companies; and we’re working hard to increase the roster of participating companies. Discounts range from a percentage cost savings, flat discounts, free products, free shipping and rebates.

Among those companies offering SIMA Savings deals is TrucBrush Corp. Company Vice President Debora Babin Katz says utilizing SIMA Savings not only benefits the member but also the participating companies.

“Snow contractors are able to achieve their business initiatives and receive a value-add for their membership. For the member supplier, the program provides additional awareness of a product or service and illustrates their commitment to SIMA and the snow industry,” she says. “Our participation has connected our company to so many SIMA members. It provides a platform for product and methodology discussions on the safe and effective clearing of snow from trucks, trailers and buses. And, most importantly, it creates an opportunity for SIMA members to obtain product education and keeps members updated on innovative products and services.” 

To learn more about SIMA Savings, visit http://www.sima.org/SIMASavings or contact me at heather@sima.org.

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