Equipter LLC, the leading provider of debris management equipment for construction, announced an updated branding initiative which includes new names for their well-known, multi-functional products.
The popularity of Equipter’s debris management equipment solutions has grown beyond just roofing and expanded into other industries, including general construction, remediation and restoration, landscaping, graveyard and HVAC industries. To reflect the multi-purpose nature of the products, Equipter is removing the RB from each of the products’ names.
“It’s our goal to be the ultimate debris control solution for more than just the roofing industry,” explained Equipter Founder & President Aaron Beiler. “It was important that we adjust our product names and branding to reflect the company’s continued innovation and growth outside of the roofing industry.”
The new naming convention is simplified with the removal of the letters and has now gone to an easy-to-reference model number-only format, as follows:
Equipter 4000 (formerly Equipter RB4000)
Equipter 3300 (formerly Equipter RB3000)
Equipter 2500 (formerly Equipter RB2500)
Equipter 2000 (formerly Equipter RB2000)
Equipter 5400 (formerly Equipter CR8400)
In addition to the updated naming system, the graphics on each Equipter model have been updated to a more classic look with a modern touch. The 4000 and 3300 models sport a clean, stylish wraparound design featuring the Equipter name and branded colors.
Contractors can have confidence that the Equipter remains the same high-quality, multi-functional debris control solution that they have come to rely on at jobsites. The updated models and new look can be viewed online at www.equipter.com.
Equipter was founded in 2004 in Lancaster, PA, by Aaron Beiler, owner and operator of a family-run roof replacement company for 15 years. Recognizing the need for better debris management to protect homeowners’ properties, he and his sons set to work designing the original Roofer’s Buggy.
Fast forward over a decade and a half, Equipter now provides a wider range of self-propelled roofing equipment made in the United States. With over 300 third-party rental locations across the US and Canada, it’s never been easier to rent the Equipter 4000, the company’s most popular drivable dumpster. Learn more at www.equipter.com.
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