Gaither Tool To Launch E-Cube Tire Servicing Unit

Gaither Tool To Launch E-Cube Tire Servicing Unit

Gaither Tool will be launching the E-Cube tire servicing unit at the SEMA show.

The upcoming SEMA show in late October will become an important platform for the future evolvement of mobile tire servicing throughout North America with the game-changing launch of a unique product by Gaither Tool, the E-Cube.

Until now, a typical mobile tire service unit has a minimum of five, perhaps even six different pieces of tire servicing equipment stacked inside a light commercial truck, so tire technicians are left with very little space to move around and are forced to work in tight conditions.

An entirely new and innovative approach to this problem will be launched at the SEMA show at the Gaither Tool booth. The E-Cube system will be on display for the very first time in America.

The revolutionary E-Cube is a completely new type of tire servicing unit that has been exclusively designed by Netherlands-based TechnoMarketing Group, in partnership with Gaither Tool, as an extremely compact single unit specifically for use in the mobile tire service sector.

“The E-Cube is not a direct replacement for traditional garages and car workshops, which can still carry out heavy services including alignment and outer body repairs,” said Gaither Tool President Richard Brahler. “However, as a single unit, it gives significantly more working space within a vehicle and for the very first time eliminates the need for a generator – no noise, smoke or gases – and therefore it presents a welcome ‘green and environmentally friendly’ alternative to mobile tire servicing.”

With the increasing trend in North American drivers wanting to buy their tires online and then have them expertly fitted either at home or at the office, the E-CUBE opens up a series of convenient and flexible service options for the mobile tire servicing sector.

For additional information, visit Gaither Tool.

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