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What you get with Pack Mule that you can’t get from the others.

  • Up to 50% more runtime than other manufacturers’ vehicles because Pack Mule has a higher amp/hour battery, better tires, and superior power control.
  • Up to three times the warranty—3 years with no hour limitations.
  • Low maintenance requirements—or with optional batteries and tires, virtually no maintenance requirements.
  • Pack Mule service—Quicker delivery and quicker response.

Pack Mule Rolls Out “Pack Mule Prime” Quick Ship Program

Pack Mule, the industry’s fastest growing brand of industrial electrical vehicles and towable trailers, has announced the implementation of Pack Mule Prime—shipping within 48 hours with no delivery charges—on its most popular trailer models.

According to Trailer Product Manager Andy Isburgh, the models included in the program include 6-wheel, center steer trailers in 36”x60” and 36”x72” sizes with up to three adjustable shelves and two sizes of Pack Mule’s six-wheel, single-pallet trailer. Trailers available for Pack Mule Prime will be tagged with the Prime logo on the company’s web site: www.packmule.com.

“In the next few months, the program will be enlarged to include some of our most popular industrial electric vehicles,” said Bob Fisher, Pack Mule CEO. “This program is the next step in the effort we began with our same day parts shipping. Our standard delivery time is typically less than half that of other manufacturer’s, but—for some models—this offers a significant improvement over our current standard.

The Pack Mule Prime program is available to end users of Pack Mule products and all orders are subject to inventory availability.

Pack Mule, a brand of Wesley International, based in Scottdale, Georgia, is a leading manufacturer of equipment for the horizontal movement of materials in manufacturing and distribution facilities.

 

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The Pack Mule Prime symbol on the company’s web site indicates that select

models are available to be shipped within 48 hours with no shipping charge.

Pack Mule Showcases Material Handling Equipment at MODEX Supply Chain Show 2016

PACK MULE SAYS PUT THEM SIDE BY SIDE

Citing the customer’s workplace as the best place to test the efficiency of material handling equipment, Pack Mule CEO Bob Fisher issued a challenge to the industry to compare Pack Mule electric industrial vehicles and towable trailers alongside any other manufacturers’. The company is showing its products in Booth MA2055 at MODEX in Atlanta this week.

“We contend we make the best equipment in the industry,” Fisher said. “Certainly no one else offers a three-year warranty or standard 245 amp/hour batteries. And there are a number of standard features on Pack Mule equipment that are only available as upgrades on others’.

“But we don’t expect anybody just to take our word for it. We’d like for them to put Pack Mule to the test doing their work in their place, alongside any other equipment they’re considering. Then they should just call it as they see it.”

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Fisher noted that Pack Mule makes the side-by-side comparison easy, at from the Pack Mule’s side. The company provides vehicles and trailers for a limited-time use in the customer’s facility with no use restrictions. The demo program requires no commitment from qualified customers.

Pack Mule, headquartered in Scottdale, GA, has provided manufacturers and distributors across the country and around the world with material handling equipment for more than 60 years. The company sponsors the Lean Material Handling web site www.materialhandling.org for the interchange of ideas and information on making material handling more efficient.

Welcome Ben to the Pack Mule Sales Team

Pack Mule Industrial Electric Warehouse VehiclesBen Jordan joined Wesley International’s Pack Mule as Director of Business Development in October 2014. Ben comes to Pack Mule from Carolina Handling, LLC; a Raymond forklift dealer in N.C., S.C., GA. and AL. Ben has extensive knowledge in warehouse logistics. He began his career with FedEx. Later, Ben started his own material handling business in Texas.  After successfully building his business from the ground up, Ben sold it and move back east, furthering his career in Sales and Service Leadership at several large material handling dealerships.

Ben enjoys a good challenge and the excitement of assisting customers in finding customized solutions for their material handling needs. In the first week at Pack Mule, Ben attested to his customer dedication by building a Pack Mule, electric vehicle, from start to finish on the production line. Ben wanted to see first hand the quality, advantages, accessories and safety features that are part of every Wesley Pack Mule and Pallet Mule products. Ben says, “At Wesley International Pack Mule, we build the finest EV’s in the market. My goal is to assist our team in introducing the Pack Mule brand to new markets as well as achieving growth in our current markets.”

Ben is a native South Carolinian, married to his wife of 33 years, Kari. Together they have three grown children, Bryan, Daniel and Ann Kathryn. Ben is an avid reader and he enjoys the outdoors, running, hiking, biking, golfing and weekend trips with his wife.

Wesley welcomes Bulent Erel

Pack Mule Industrial Warehouse TrailersPlease welcome Bulent Erel to our Team. Bulent is joining Wesley International’s engineering group and will concentrate on the Trailer product line as Chief Trailer Engineer and also support the Pallet Mule products. Bulent comes to Pack Mule from Moog Inc. Sensor & Surveillance Systems, a division of the Space & Defense Group, where he led numerous product design and development efforts for various surveillance industry products.

Originally from Turkey, Bulent and his family have lived and worked in the US for the past 15 years. Bulent lives with his wife, Zeynep in Roswell, Ga. They have two grown and very successful daughters; Yaprak and Cicek.

When Bulent is not creating new designs at work, you can find him enjoying one of his many unique and interesting hobbies. Close Up photography (published National Geographic submitter) or his custom graphic photography creations, which he develops for his on-line photography business.

Bulent earned his Bachelors degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Turkey and brings his skills and experience to Wesley International Pack Mule.

Bulent is a great addition to our Team. Stop by and see Bulent when you have a moment.