We’re looking forward to shaping a new digital landscape for WM Plant!

45 years ago Barry Ward established Carlisle based WM Plant and has grown the family business to be the success it is today as one of Cumbria’s leading providers of domestic and professional machinery and equipment; from domestic lawnmowers to professional chainsaws with all of the aftercare and advice you could possibly want.

We’re delighted and excited to have been selected to work with WM Plant to develop a new e-commerce website to help grow their business online. We’ve had great discussions with Barry’s wife, Jill and daughter, Rosie around their vision for new website and what it will bring to the business.

We’re going to design the new website to communicate the quality and heritage of their business, staff and products. Many members of the team have been with the business for over 30 years and their customer care is second to none. It is this that sets them apart from their competitors and they require a new website that demonstrates this.

The new website will be powered using WooCommerce and feature sales, click-and-collect and hire options for users to get the best user experience possible. We will also be providing search engine optimisaton (SEO) and other supporting online marketing, including content creation, social media management and blog post production.

WM Plant are joining our respected list of Cumbrian based clients, including Thomas Armstrong Energy, Story Homes and Johnston Tractors (new website coming soon).

We’ll keep you posted with how we develop the new WM Plant website. In the meantime if we can help you with any of your web design or online marketing needs, please get in touch.

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