New automotive newsletter out now
A colourful and informative newsletter demonstrating the selling power of movement in the car showroom is now available.
Published by British Turntable Company, the newsletter features applications from all over the world, including the Middle East, Europe, South America and South East Asia, showing how the company's Merlin, Olympian and Revolving Stage range of turntables add impact, style and focus to the sales area.
The British Turntable portfolio is extremely wide-ranging and has been designed to appeal to a wide variety of showroom environments and budgets.
For the smaller car the Merlin 'S' 21 is ideal. Virtually invisible in operation, the unit is robust, compact and extremely cost-effective, revolving the car as if by magic on four wheel support pads radiating from a central motor unit. Similar in design is the Merlin Major 21, which has been designed for both the smaller and larger prestigious vehicles such as Mercedes, BMW 7 Series and Jaguar, and will even carry a Rolls Royce Silver Seraph Saloon. Totally portable, Merlin car revolves require no floor fixing and can be operated from the car's 12 volt battery, making them ideal for forecourt displays, launch events and other special promotions. With a 5 amp slip ring connection fitted as standard, interior car illumination, animation and other special effects can be incorporated into the display for added impact.
Where a full platform revolve is preferred, the Olympian range, in diameters of 3.5m and 4.5m, will provide added style and sophistication combined with a wealth of features and options. In addition, the Revolving Stage, in diameters up to 10 metres, will enable larger vehicles to be completely encircled within the display arena, and by choosing the right diameter the stage even allows two or more vehicles to be displayed simultaneously. All in all it's an extremely comprehensive offering from the leaders in the moving display market.
British Turntable has been developing solutions with movement since the company made its first car revolve in 1959 and as such offers quality, well-engineered products that are reliable, versatile and effective.
In support of the newsletter there is also a new video showing British Turntable car revolves in action. For a complimentary copy of the newsletter or video, contact British Turntable with your details.