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In The Media

3 April, 2014

eWelders.com.au goes live

Australia’s welding retail industry enjoyed a landmark moment today when its first 100 percent dedicated online specialty shop went live across the country.

eWelders.com.au - a site which will stock a full range of welding supplies - has been more than 12 months in the making and brings together leading Australian-based manufacturers including Cigweld, Uni-Mig and Ross Welders.

The shop will feature Australia-wide delivery on welding and cutting machines, gas welding equipment and machines, safety equipment, consumables and accessories - All at heavily discounted prices.

It will also feature a heavy focus on customer service, with phone support, blogs, videos and articles to help the buyer, and was born out of a belief there was a need in the online Australian welding market for comprehensive specialty shop.

“I think the online welding retail industry in Australia demands four things,’’ Ewelders Australia managing director Kym Morgan said.

“They want value, choice, convenience and service and we absolutely believe eWelders.com.ua will provide those four things in spades.

“We have a massive range of more than 400 welding products, including more than 100 welding and cutting machines, satisfying the needs of every one from the DIY welder through to specialised industry.

“We deliver Australia-wide at great freight rates, meaning convenience for every one from the metropolitan-based buyer, to rural-based industry and customers.

“Our low-overheads and lean business-model mean great value for our customers but we will provide an offline level of service."

Morgan added that all of eWelders’ suppliers were highly-reputable, and back by nation-wide distribution and service agency networks, meaning customers could buy from eWelders with absolute confidence.

“All of our suppliers have been hand picked,’’ he said.

“We also believe we have the most user-friendly welding site on the net in Australia, with a most secure checkout system available.”