London-based all-terrain wheelchair manufacturer Trekinetic has confirmed the expansion of its dealer network, both domestically and internationally.
Better Mobility in Chesham and Ozon Ehf in Iceland are the latest to join forces with the organisation to give wheelchair users better access to the outside world.
The announcement follows a rebrand and overhaul of the company’s online presence and digital marketing strategy.
Both enquiries and sales are up dramatically, despite an enforced two-month closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak, with over 250 new assessment requests since their new website launched six months ago – up 325% year-on-year.
Production volumes are also up approximately 300% on 2019.
In difficult times, Trekinetic has expanded their workforce by around 15% since the start of the year, halving the lead time on their custom-built manual and powered all terrain wheelchairs from eight to four weeks.
Craig Topping, CEO at Better Mobility, said: “We have been aware of Trekinetic for many years and are thrilled to add the K2 and GTE to our growing range of products.
“The Trekinetic products fill a gap in our range that offers all terrain capability as well as compactness and ease of transportation which I feel will offer something unique to our client base.”
Trekinetic are continuing to expand their international network and hope to announce partnerships in France, Germany and several other countries over the coming months.