The innovative Australian brand Saber Offroad says it is disrupting the 4WD recovery market

Committed to providing 4WD enthusiasts, Agricultural and Industrial Professionals with innovative vehicle recovery solutions, Saber Offroad says its ever expanding range is designed specifically to quickly and safely recover vehicles.
Continuing to build on both its local and international distribution network, Saber Offroad is excited to announce its latest partnership with Sparesbox, Australia’s largest online auto parts store.
“As a brand we’re still evolving and growing,” MercuryPM (T/A Saber Offroad) Managing Director, Ben Bartlett, said.
“But there is no doubt that the combination of our range, product design and aftersales service is capturing the attention of consumers and distributors around the globe and launching with Sparebox is certainly a big step in the right direction.”
Saber Offroad says it has been actively building a robust and loyal online community and this was critical in developing its relationship with Sparesbox.
“Saber Offroad had been on our radar for some time,” Sparesbox E-Commerce and Merchandising Manager, Gus Marin-Acosta, said.
“We look forward to working with their committed team to build the brand for our mutual benefit.”
Sparesbox currently has more than 250,000 products online, attracting a diverse customer base.
“We invest heavily in local research, product development and testing to ensure our products out-perform the competition in all conditions,” Ben said.
“We strongly believe that no other vehicle recovery brand understands the technical complexities of recovering vehicles like we do and partnering with Sparesbox will ensure that more consumers are aware of the innovative work we are doing in the 4WD recovery market.”
The Saber Offroad range currently includes the kinetic recovery ropes, soft shackles, recovery rings, fairleads and more, all of which are available on Sparesbox. As expected from a growing brand like Saber Offroad, more exciting new products are just around the corner.
“We can’t say too much at the moment, but we have been working closely with the Auto Innovation Centre prototyping new products using their 3D printing facility,” Ben said.
When it comes to innovation in the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Industry Ben says there in no doubt that both Sparesbox and Saber Offroad are amongst those leading the charge.

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