Crown can help you lift your Qantas points

Crown can help you lift your Qantas points

Crown Equipment is offering Qantas Business Rewards members the opportunity to earn Qantas points when buying or renting from its range of electric and internal combustion material handling equipment.

To celebrate the partnership, Crown is offering membership to the Qantas Business Rewards program for any lift truck purchase or new rental agreement during October and November.

Points can be redeemed for a range of rewards including flights, upgrades or over 7,000 items from the Qantas Store.

Crown Equipment director of sales and marketing Craig Kenchington said the partnership provides another strong incentive to consider material handling equipment and warehouse products from Crown.

“Crown has had a presence in Australia for over 50 years and is well known as a source of durable, reliable equipment,” Mr Kenchington said.

“We are immensely proud to partner with an iconic Australian brand, Qantas Business Rewards, and offer small to medium-sized businesses the chance to earn Qantas points through working with us.

“The partnership is another great reason to rent or buy Crown equipment, which has helped many small to medium-sized businesses become larger, successful entities.”

“Qantas has long been a supporter of small to medium-sized companies,” head of Qantas Business Rewards Eric Jelinek said.

“While we fly thousands of business people every day, we know not all of them are regular flyers, which is why the Qantas Business Rewards program gives businesses the opportunity to earn Qantas Points on the ground on over 50 everyday business expenses, including fuel and credit card spending.

“We’re pleased to welcome Crown Equipment as our newest partner to give our members the opportunity to earn Qantas points on its material handling equipment.”

Some conditions apply. For more information call 1300 323 272, email or visit

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