The manufacturer, located just outside of Chicago, Illinois, provides a complete line of products for utility lineworkers who work on aerial or underground, transmission and substation applications. As part of their product offering, they continue to engineer tool solutions for crimping, cutting, bending, and pulling for the line trade. For more than 45 years, they have supplied technology to lineworkers.
“Here at Huskie Tools, we are always excited for the opportunity to engage with our end users," says Greg Holmes, director of marketing for Huskie Tools. "This time there was an ask to make it easier to find the replacement dies they need for their tools. We heard them and, in less than three months, perfected our Die Finder, and it’s currently available to anyone on our new website. We listen and collaborate with our customers to create solutions that fits their specific need.”
The Huskie Tools Die Finder allows customers to input any information they have on the die that they are looking for, click search, and instantly see all the appropriate available dies that fit their needs. Armed with that information, they can contact their local tool supplier and order exactly what they need, knowing they have all the necessary info to get the order placed and to get the order right.
This specific online tool for die selection mimics the same process that Huskie uses for its product finder module. So whether you are in search of the latest tool technology or you need to get your hands on specific replacement dies, Huskie Tools has the quick and easy process to get you all the info you need to get what you want.
“This online tool has been needed for quite a while," said Huskie Tools Business Development Director, Dan Voss. "We developed a solution that provides a quick and easy process that gets the user the cross-reference die information they are looking for. We are proud to bring this easy-to-use Die Finder to market as an additional resource to our customers.”
Not only is there a Die Finder and a Product Finder, but stage two of this process will marry them both together so the customer can not only find the correct dies but it will also offer up new tool technology available that works with the specific searched dies.
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