Farmington Hills, MI, April 13, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Jervis B. Webb Company — a world leader in material handling solutions — today announced it now provides genuine Webb conveyor parts for purchase online via the company’s newly redesigned Website at www.JervisBWebb.com. The site’s new “shopping cart” feature allows customers to browse and buy from a catalog of more than 75 authentic Webb Company replacement parts.
“The new Website makes it easier than ever for our customers in the United States and Canada to purchase the quality Webb parts they need to keep their systems running at peak performance,” said Bruce Buscher, Webb’s Vice President of Automotive & Industrial Sales and Marketing. “Adding an e-commerce component to our site enables us to provide our customers with another reliable avenue to access the materials they need.”
The Webb parts available for purchase online are the same high quality, durable products that have made Jervis B. Webb Company a leading provider of material handling solutions worldwide. Webb parts are designed to operate flawlessly with Webb systems, as well as with systems manufactured by other companies.
In addition to new e-commerce capabilities, the enhanced Website is more user-friendly and includes more comprehensive content including easily downloadable information on Webb products and services. The site also provides access to a range of case studies demonstrating the many material handling solutions the company has designed for its customers.
Jervis B. Webb Company is a world leader in developing innovative material handling technology and systems. The privately owned corporation specializes in the design, engineering, installation and support of integrated systems used in the automotive, airport, beverage, warehousing and manufacturing industries. Webb is headquartered in Farmington Hills, Mich., with manufacturing locations in Harbor Springs and Boyne City, Mich.; Carlisle, S.C.; Canada; India; and China. The company was founded in 1919 by Jervis B. Webb who invented the forged rivetless chain conveyor that helped revolutionize mass production.