DairyBits, which provides easy access to a wide range of cost-effective dairy and ice cream machine parts, has entered the world e-commerce with the launch of its new website, www.dairybits.co.uk, making the process of ordering replacement parts quicker, easier and cheaper than ever before.
Replacing machine parts such as stainless steel fittings and rotating seals has never been easier. DairyBits.co.uk allows manufacturers to search 1,000’s of products which it continually has in stock via various categories and sub-categories such as electrical, mechanical and liquid, the part required or the machine in question. Once found, the part can be simply added to the ‘basket’ and bought, leaving the user with peace of mind that the part will be directly delivered quickly, anywhere in the world.
To suit the individual needs of every client, DairyBits stocks both original and replica parts to offer the best possible choice and indeed price.
Mark Gudgeon, managing director of DairyBits, commented: “We’re very conscious of the fact that our customers demand not only the best price but also the best quality and we’re confident that we can deliver on both levels. As the business takes to the online sphere, running costs are naturally reduced and rather than pocketing the difference ourselves, we pass the savings onto customers. We’re not in it to make a quick buck, rather build and develop long-term relationships and therefore encourage on-going repeat business.”
To negate one major issue that many individuals have with e-commerce sites, security risks, DairyBits is protected by 2048bit SSL encryption and hosted on PCI DSS level 1 compliant servers. As a result, the details of each and every customer are safe from cyber-attacks.
Mark continued: “It’s an unfortunate measure but in this day and age a totally necessary one. With this level of protection, all users can rest assured that their payment details are safe. On a slightly different note but as well as storing payment details, DairyBits.co.uk also stores a purchase history which can be set as a reminder if the products were for example an annual purchase. This way manufacturers can concentrate on other areas of the business and when it comes to ordering the parts, they receive an email which they simply follow, click ‘purchase’ and wait for the parts to arrive.”
Alternatively, manufacturers which set-up trade accounts can place various parts into individual groups which are subsequently saved so when the time comes to purchase the items again, the users doesn’t have to search for the parts individually, rather click on their group items.
Buying Ice cream machine parts has traditionally been a drawn out and frustrating process. DairyBits made it a simpler task but now DairyBits.co.uk has been established, the entire process is quick, safe and easier than ever before.
For more information about DairyBits, please visit www.dairybits.co.uk.
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