In Harvey’s Wake, Bartec USA Offers Loaner TPMS Tools To Texas, Louisiana Customers

In Harvey’s Wake, Bartec USA Offers Loaner TPMS Tools To Texas, Louisiana Customers

To support its Texas and Louisiana business partners upended by Hurricane Harvey, Bartec USA announced a TPMS loaner-tool program.

 

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – To support its Texas and Louisiana business partners upended by Hurricane Harvey, Bartec USA announced a TPMS loaner-tool program.

“As the cleanup efforts get underway, Bartec recognizes that it may take some time to assess the damage and replace affected equipment and inventory,” the company said. “To help the restoration process along, any current Bartec tool users that have a damaged or lost TPMS tool can get free use of a loaner TPMS tool.”

To get a free loaner TPMS tool, contact the Bartec customer service department at (855) 684-8767. Bartec asks callers to provide their account name and current tool’s serial number.

“The Bartec customer service associate will start the RMA process for the repair of any damaged units,” the company explained in a news release. “ If your current TPMS tool is lost, beyond repair or destroyed, simply request a free loaner tool to use while sorting out the way forward. Bartec will ship the loaner tools to our customer partners at no charge to them. You may also contact your Bartec tool distributor, as many of them will have loaner tools already in their warehouses.”

The company acknowledged that as its customers rebuild their lives and businesses, “a piece of equipment is the last thing on their minds.”

“Our aim is to help in some way, and for our customers to have one less thing to worry about,” Bartec CEO Scot Holloway said. “Each and every member of the Bartec USA team is praying for the safety of those affected, and is hopeful for a quick recovery.”

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