Troy, MI, July 24, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- MOTOR information Systems, a Hearst company has published a new white paper, “Heavy-Duty Parts E-Commerce,” addressing the rise of e-commerce within the medium- and heavy-duty parts sector. This white paper discuses a multitude of important recent events, such as: the growing strength of e-commerce in the medium- and heavy-duty industry, contributing factors to its rise and its current and future impacts on the heavy-duty parts sector.
Technology is changing the ways we do business across industries. In the automotive parts market, e-commerce has accounted for more than $12 billion in sales. Now, an increasing number of medium- and heavy-duty parts purchasers prefer to source some parts online.
Sourcing parts online offers a number of advantages for purchasers, including a convenient and simplified search process, with the ability to locate and compare parts. Understanding and responding to these purchasing behaviors is critical for medium- and heavy-duty parts manufacturers and distributors.
“In these times, technology has been a proven ally,” says Jeff Nosek. “Providing e-commerce options allows manufacturers and distributors to reach an expanded customer base.”
Download a free copy of “Heavy-Duty Parts E-Commerce” today.
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