Mole-Master Services Corp., a provider of silo and bin cleaning equipment and services, has always kept a sharp eye out for developments related to silo safety; and now the company’s management has found a way to share this information with its clients and other website visitors.
“Our staff has monitored bin and silo cleaning news and events for years,” said company General Manager Dave Laing, “and we’ve always had the desire to share our discoveries with the larger community. Silo safety is of such concern to Mole-Master and to the industry at large that we decided to dedicate a portion of our website to industry news and updates.”
Mole-Master’s new, online resource center allows for timely posting of news updates while also allowing for monitoring of stories to make sure the items are relevant and appropriate to post. Updated weekly (or more frequently as events warrant), the resource center is divided into four sections: News, Industry Articles, Videos, and Literature.
Recent selections ranged from a CBC News feature about a Canadian man living in a converted grain silo to a Woodworking Network piece concerning OSHA’s recently released combustible dust firefighting guide.
“Our goal is to provide useful, interesting reports on current industry news and issues,” Laing said. “We want people to view us as not only their best source for bin and silo cleaning equipment and services but also as a reliable, trusted news resource.”