Any Machinery Dealers Want to Sell a Small Coolant System?

I have a customer who is building a tapping fixture.
He needs someone to walk him through the coolant process for the set-up and
sell him the equipment.
He will likely ask all the basic questions you can imagine and then some.
Location - Charlotte, NC.
Good guy, just needs a lot of guidance on this one.
Interested? E-mail me with your contact details and/or reply here for all
to see.
Regards,
Joe Agro, Jr.
(800) 871-5022 x113
01.908.542.0244
Flagship Site:
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Joe AutoDrill
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He will ask a lot of questions and will probably not buy anything
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Ignoramus4436
Ahh... Not true! He has placed his order with me and needs the system. I'd say there is a very good chance that the first competent person he speaks to will have the sale.
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Joe AutoDrill
I'm waiting for the right opportunity to emerge for you. My stuff doesn't break down often (really, not a sales pitch!) and most of the folks do their own installs. ...But sooner or later, someone is going to need an install in your area or rebuild of a complex and larger unit on the west coast and I'll shoot them your way.
Even if folks think you are a nutcase because of your views on life, liberty and guns, I believe you know your stuff.
I have a customer in mind for a somewhat straight forward repair job, but so far, he hasn't jumped past, "I think we might be able to fix this in house" to "Oh Lord, find me someone who can do this." If he does, it'll be a small skid sent to you from him with parts from me, etc.
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Joe AutoDrill
As long as there is more than one finger showing, I'll pay attention to it. :)
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Joe AutoDrill
You know... There are times when you choose to do business with people because you believe in what they stand for and there are times you do business with people because it is profitable or good for the future of business.
Would you stop using your mechanic if he sent your master cylinder to Gunner to be rebuilt? What if he sent the top end of your engine over for a rework?
Whether you agree with his life philosophy or not, he knows his stuff and service and reliability are important. I haven't done business with him yet, but my dealings with him on a professional level for info have been nothing but good.
...Of course, I've written of people after the first real experience too so the book isn't closed on anything until the fat lady sings.
The bottom line is that I choose to do business with whom I please. If a customer chooses to ignore me and my product because of a proposed trial of services, so be it. I would love to serve you and anyone here, but being blacklisted for hanging out with people is what Jesus was also accused of so I guess I'm in good company. :)
...Sorry for the comparisons Gunner. :):)
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Joe AutoDrill
Nice website Joe,great product line. Dave B
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Dave B
Thanks Dave. Much appreciated.
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Joe AutoDrill
--If I were you I'd contact Tapmatic directly and talk to an engineer there. I suspect they could do all the dot connecting..
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steamer
Excellent advice... I don't know if they handle such things, but the guy there who I work with knows his stuff... So I'll ring him.
I had to laugh because Tapmatic originally referred the job to me because it's a multiple spindle tapping set-up.
Regards, Joe Agro, Jr. (800) 871-5022 x113 01.908.542.0244 Flagship Site:
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