Eneraque Wishes You a Safe & Happy Break

Eneraque Wishes You a Safe & Happy Break

by Eneraque on December 3, 2015

Eneraque Holiday Closures

The Eneraque Team would like to take this opportunity to thank our valued customers and associates for your ongoing support throughout 2015 and to wish you all the best over the holiday season.

Eneraque will be closed from Friday, 18th December and will reopen Monday 4th January. During this time, should you require any emergency assistance our 1800 636 744 number will be operating 24/7 and emails to [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] will also be checked periodically.

It has been a pleasure to work with you during 2015, and will certainly look forward to continuing our working relationship together in 2016.

A Message from the General Manager

I would like to sincerely thank you for your trust in our proven and tried equipment. Your support and feedback has been fundamental for our focus on continuous improvement. It has also been great encouragement for us throughout 2015 and indeed, since our company’s inception in 1981.

It is people like you and the companies you work for that have made the products we promote today, the World Class status that they are. It is your repeated business that has enabled us to continue to reach the levels of product reliability and customer service that we offer your industry.

From my position here at Eneraque, I would like to assure you of my appreciation of your past support and make sure that you know we value the efforts of those that have helped us in many ways to get to where we are today. You may not have received a personal thank you but I am truly grateful of your support and custom.

With exciting new products emerging in the new year, we look forward to continuing to provide you with trustworthy products and excellent service throughout 2016 and beyond.

All the best,
Stuart Pringle
General Manager

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