Aftermarket Parts Website Revamped to Better Serve You

KPS Global® is proud to continue offering industry-leading aftermarket parts for walk-in coolers and freezers. The new and improved aftermarket parts website has a simple and user-friendly interface with more intuitive navigation.

With over 700 SKUs organized by category to make finding the part you need simpler as well as a quick and easy checkout process, the new site offers B2B functionality. Anyone with an established KPSG account, will now be able to :

o Bill your account if you have established payment terms.

o Attach purchase orders.

o Access to dedicated pricing and terms for your organization.

o The ability to manage your organization’s users, such as tasks like adding authorized purchase agents, technicians and store employees quickly and easily.

o The ability to restrict or grant access to employees, giving permissions ranging from the ability to simply browse all the way up to full administrator access.

Even More On the Horizon
KPS Global is your one-stop shop for all your aftermarket walk-in needs and we’re committed to continuing to make that experience better than ever before. “This is far from the final iteration of our aftermarket parts website” states Mike Hartman, Director of Aftermarket Parts. “We’re continually adding new products and features. In the coming months, we are very excited to give our customers the ability order additional manufactured items like replacement walk-in doors and thermal liner panels online.”
To learn more, contact your regional sales manager or Mike Hartman, Director of Aftermarket Sales, to schedule a demo today.

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