The E-Cube mobile tyre fitting unit is continuing to gain popularity and respect within the European, North American and Asian mobile tyre and automotive accessory markets.
Its Netherlands based manufacturer, Technomarketing Group (TMG Group), is constantly evaluating the product’s impact and practicality in the industry and has recently added several new product innovations.
A new commercial vehicle design and layout has been launched, which TMG claims makes the use of E-Cube from the ultimate safety and ergonomics aspect of a service van even more practical for mobile tyre technicians. A new comprehensive brochure has also been launched to give prospective customers a complete insight into what E-Cube offers.
There’s now a choice of multiple E-Cube models to choose from, as Ralph Dubbeldam, managing director of TMG Group explains. “Our ultimate objective is to always make sure that there is a E-Cube configuration for every customer type. It starts with the base model and depending on your activities you can simply add features related to communication, recording, data sharing, solar charging plus a lot more.
“We are now inviting interested companies to explain what budget they are able to invest in this ‘game-changing’ piece of equipment and we will endeavour to create an E-Cube that fits the price they want to pay. E-Cube has in fact become a modular tyre service system which interestingly means that what you don’t buy today can be added at a later stage when your business models changes or fleet has grown.”
Another new feature is that E-Cube now offers is a battery cartridge and charging/BMS (battery monitoring system) cartridge that both simply slide in- and out of the frame.
Ralph concludes: “In effect the E-Cube can now be delivered in many operating specifications and the price very much depends on the configuration of the unit. As a global player TMG firmly believe this is the right approach for E-Cube as major mobile tyre fitment dealerships can now benefit from everything that the unit has to offer. On the other hand independent mobile tyre services may not have the need for all the many services offered – making it completely ‘versatile’.”