eNewsletter March 2013
Welcome to the new and improved Gough Plastics' eNewsletter. You may notice that this version comes with informative videos! As mentioned last year, we have decided to create a few more videos in 2013. Our aim is to give you a better look at our products in action. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then a video should be worth a million! Keep reading (and viewing!) and don't be shy to let us know what you think about the new format.
This month, we take a look at how Gough Plastics has you covered, overhead and underfoot! Out in the mines or outback on the farms, Gough Plastics has designed durable products to protect your goods from the weather. And for protection underfoot, our TrackPad and Cranefoot are like no other on the market.
On a much smaller scale, but no less important, is our cattle feed shelter, LickRoof. You may be surprised how easy it is to transport and assemble. The flat pack components (LickRoof, frame and trough) can be bought separately or as a complete unit. Set the overhead LickRoof at the ideal height for your cattle by adjusting the frame legs. If you are spending money to provide lick supplement to your cattle, save that investment by protecting it with LickRoof!
For the second year in a row, our environmentally friendly TrackPad has been featured in an international magazine! European Plastics News was impressed when it heard about our modular roadway system at the Mitchell River crossing in Queensland. TrackPad is designed to provide vehicle access in fragile terrain while protecting the natural environment. Check out our website's TrackPad photo gallery to see examples of TrackPad being used in beautiful places like Noosa and Fraser Island. And thank you to European Plastics News for providing the article to include in this newsletter.
We hope you have enjoyed our latest newsletter and new videos. If there are any products you would like to see featured in upcoming newsletters, please send us an email or give us a call.
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