WASHINGTON, PA — MRO distributor Fairmont Supply, No. 49 on Industrial Distribution's 2017 Big 50 List, has announced the launch of its enhanced e-commerce website.
The new website has a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality and enhanced rich content focused on the company's range of products and solutions, including their trademarked FairStock and FairChoice service offerings. The new website went live Monday, May 21 and is located at the same address: www.fairmontsupply.com.
"With our new website, we are taking the opportunity to strengthen and modernize how we represent and promote our products and services to our customers in the markets in which we operate," says Matt Babko, Fairmont's vice president of information technology and e-commerce. "The new website, created with the customer in mind, has been designed to offer improved navigation and functionality, allowing the users to find the products they need quickly. With a quick order feature, shopping lists, and a streamlined checkout process; the overall shopping experience takes less time allowing the customer to reduce procurement times."
The centerpiece of its improved website is Fairmont's e-commerce capabilities that promise to add a new look and feel to the online shopping experience. Babko expects the revitalized e-commerce site to increase efficiencies for both customers and Fairmont employees by shortening order cycles and providing 24x7 real-time data to the customer.
Fairmont Supply Company, headquartered in Washington, PA, is a provider of industrial maintenance, repair and operating supplies. The company employs approximately 225 people, maintains relationships with over 500 suppliers and serves over 5,000 active customers worldwide. Fairmont Supply Company operates 19 fully automated distribution centers in North America, providing a local presence for customers and a network to serve multi-location businesses and markets including automotive, fabrication, steel, aluminum, oil and gas, mining, construction, utilities, machinery, glass, plastic and chemical industries.