Schwing Goes OnLine with Parts
In an effort to better service the needs of its growing customer base, Schwing America has announced the launch of their new on line parts system, SCHWINGPARTS.COM.
“In today’s economy, the need for brick and mortar facilities has become less essential,” says Brian Hazelton, CEO of Schwing America. “We have adjusted our approach to aftermarket parts sales to reflect the desires of our customers.” In conjunction with the launch, Schwing will consolidate their factory store locations. Field service technicians will remain strategically located throughout the US.
At SCHWINGPARTS.COM, customers have direct access to more than 2,000 genuine Schwing parts on line. An easily navigated home page combined with photos, descriptions, and part numbers makes on line parts ordering hassle free. The shipping matrix allows customers to order parts and ship them to multiple locations.The order tracking system provides real time updates on current parts orders. Schwing’s on line system includes parts for their complete line of boom pumps, separate placing booms, stationary pumps, truck mixers, and batch plants. Schwing also has available call center consultants to help customers in the initial stages of their on line purchases.
The Schwing Group is a global manufacturer of construction machinery. Founded in 1934, the company’s headquarters are located in Herne, Germany. In addition to the US, the Schwing Group maintains production facilities in Germany, Austria, Brazil, Russia, China and India.
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