Clearview National June 2015 - Issue 163 - Page 6

INDUSTRYNEWS Online Ready »»Truemans has always recognised the importance of having a good, effective online presence, and has seen visitors moving in large numbers from accessing its website on computers towards predominantly using tablets and mobiles. In the light of this, the trade counter business has developed a new website, which implements a fully responsive design, so they can offer all visitors the best experience possible regardless of what device they use. Managing director, Joe Trueman, comments: “We have completely revamped our website to reflect the level our business is at right now, and the fully responsive aspect is paramount for gaining better exposure to potential customers. Joe added: “Our clients are busy people who spend a lot of time on the road and onsite, but use the information on our website and our ordering system on a daily basis. The new site looks, works and reads well from any mobile device they might use between jobs, allowing better access to all the products and services we offer, anytime, anywhere. Truemans Windows’ brand new, fully-responsive website “We have invested heavily in our online presence to make sure we offer the same great experience remotely, as we do in our branches. The online ordering system is a convenient way to buy products, but it’s also helping our clients sell more to the end consumer thanks to features such as Uplift, which allows them to produce professional, customised quotes and email or print them on the spot,” concluded Joe. For more information, visit, or call 01282 504 704 Show Your Support »»Things are heating up at PDS in preparation of managing director Tim Fairley and Commercial Director Pat Rice’s participation in the Granfondo Stelvio Santini Challenge. On the 7th June, the pair will be cycling over the Teglio, Mortirolo and Stelvio Passes in Northern Italy to raise money for Springhill Hospice, Rochdale. No strangers to charity fundraising PDS recently became established business buddies of Springhill Hospice. This year they are going all out in order to raise as much money as possible for the hospice which will help contribute to some of the excellent work they do within the local community. Tim and Pat will be travelling to Northern Italy to take part in the gruelling challenge of cycling over two of Italy’s highest mountain passes in The Granfondo Stelvio Santini. They will start at Bormio in Northern Italy and finish at an altitude of 2758m at the top of the Stelvio Pass travelling via the Teglio and the Mortirolo (1727m), covering 151 km and a total ascent of 4058m. 6 » JUN 2015 » CL EARVI E W- U K . C O M They have been training hard for the event over the past few months, regularly embarking on 5am cycles before work and weekend cycles across the Pennines. Both are keen to be on top form for the event in order to ensure they cross that finish line in good time and represent the company well. PDS has set a target to raise £10,000 and so far are about half way to achieving this. They are relying on as many of their suppliers, customers, friends and colleagues to get behind them in this demanding challenge to raise as much as they can. ‘PDS have set a target to raise £10,000’ If you’d like to support Tim and Pat through this challenge donations can be made directly to Springhill Hospice via their Just Giving page.