Portable Restroom Toilet Brand Match Deodorizer Business Setup Site Relaunched

Portable toilet specialists Satellite Industries have relaunched their site to showcase their services and products. The company can help clients worldwide to set up and establish portable restroom services.

Minneapolis, United States - November 23, 2017 /NewsNetwork/ —

Satellite Industries, the Minneapolis based provider of portable sanitation products, has relaunched its site to better showcase its products and services, which include portable toilets, restroom trailers, vacuum trucks, hand wash stations and deodorizers and cleaners.

More information can be found at:https://www.satelliteindustries.com/.

The site explains that the portable toilet and restroom industry has boomed worldwide in recent years because of the economic benefits on-site portable toilets and restrooms provide to construction sites, special events and industrial applications, such as refineries and oil fields, to improve productivity.

In addition to this, event organizers providing portable restrooms gain increased sales due to the added time that guests spend at their events. Other benefits include protecting public health and the environment.

Satellite Industries has been a long-term partner to portable restroom operators (PRO’s) by offering “best practice” training on how to build a profitable portable restroom company. The company was in the portable toilet rental business up until 1978, with branches in nine states and renting 20,000+ portable toilets. After becoming strictly a manufacturer and distributor, it has used its experience and expertise to equip and train customers in 115 countries around the world to become leaders in the industry. Portable sanitation is a profitable business, and Satellite can assist those interested in starting up in the industry.

The company provides 13 standard, specialty and wheelchair accessible restrooms, which are available in a wide range of colors and options. This allows them to compliment any company image, and ensure they can be tailored to the brand of any business. Operators are experiencing additional growth in sales and profits by offering Satellite Suites restroom trailers. Trailer rentals are a growing trend in portable sanitation and with sizes ranging from 2-12 stations, their trailers are gaining popularity in entertainment, construction and industrial markets.

A global network of Area Managers provide local support for all clients working with Satellite Industries. Area Managers have prior experience as owners or managers of large portable sanitation companies and their knowledge of the industry and day-to-day operations is critical to providing customers with “best practice” suggestions and ideas.

Full details of the benefits of working with Satellite Industries can be found on the URL above, and interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Mitch Mooers
Organization: Satellite Industries
Address: 2530 Xenium Lane N., Minneapolis, MN 55441, United States
Phone: +1-763-519-6520

For more information, please visit http://www.satelliteindustries.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 268543

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