Wynright Re-launches Wynparts.com As Full-featured eCommerce Site

Online store offers convenient purchasing of more than 8,000 OEM and general materials handling equipment replacement parts

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill.--Wynright Corporation, the nation's leading independent, U.S.-based provider of intelligent material handling systems, today announced the re-launch of its completely revamped and expanded Wynparts.com online store.

The new site combines easy-to-use, shopping cart-driven online ordering with competitive market pricing on more than 8,000 replacement parts for Wynright's materials handling equipment. Its online catalog includes genuine Wynright Automotion® parts as well as those from a wide array of manufacturers.

"When most clients come onto a replacement parts site it's because there is an immediate need," said John Dillon, President, Client Care at Wynright. "They can't afford to wait for days for a part to be located and shipped. By maintaining a comprehensive stock of commonly-purchased parts we're now able to fulfill those orders the same day, which will help our clients keep their operations running smoothly and at peak efficiency."

The new Wynparts site is a full-featured eCommerce site that offers complete search capabilities and a familiar shopping cart format with a quick order form. Once logged in, clients are able to view their full account history, and determine lead times and availability for the parts they need. Those with house accounts can order via a purchase order, while first-timers or ones with occasional need may use a major credit card. Clients who are uncertain of which parts to order (or have other questions) may contact a Wynright Client Care specialist toll-free phone at 1-888-WYN-0099 (1-888-996-0099) or by email at sales@wynparts.com.

"We never view ourselves as selling just equipment, or parts," said Dillon. "We sell solutions and service. Wynright has more than 40 years of experience in materials handling equipment and more than 200 engineers on-staff. If a client has a question or needs some assistance, that level of help is always available. It's just one more reason to make Wynparts.com their first choice for all parts and components."

About Wynright

Wynright Corporation is the nation's leading independent, U.S.-based provider of intelligent material handling systems. With more than 200 engineers in-house, the company designs, manufactures, integrates and installs the full spectrum of intralogistics solutions, offering both Wynright-branded and third-party equipment to meet customer needs. These include leading-edge conveyor and sortation systems, voice- and light-directed order fulfillment equipment, a suite of warehouse controls and execution software, robotics, mezzanines, and structures, all backed by critical round-the-clock service and support.

Since its founding in 1972, Wynright has been a trusted partner to some of the world's largest and fastest-growing companies, showing them how to use their space more efficiently to deliver improved productivity, today and tomorrow. For more information on our services, technology and product portfolio, please visit www.wynright.com.

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