|By Business Wire||
|May 22, 2014 02:34 PM EDT||
Elite Line Services (ELS) – a subsidiary of Daifuku Webb Holding Company and leading provider of airport operations and maintenance support – launched a new, comprehensive web store, www.elsparts.com, to provide 24/7 access to more than 18,000 parts and accessories for material handling and airport baggage handling systems.
“The new web store provides our customers with the lowest prices on the widest variety of in-stock parts in the marketplace,” said Mike Conner, President of ELS. “We put a lot of effort into making www.elsparts.com an exceptional shopping experience by providing real-time stock availability, a 24/7 dedicated help line, and shorter lead times on custom and hard-to-find items.”
ELS designed the web store to provide the following benefits:
- Competitive pricing on OEM and 3rd party parts
- A robust search feature
- Access to order history
- Product suggestions
- Payment via major credit cards on a secure site
The site offers many airport baggage handling items including: pulleys, bearings, clutch brakes, belting, gearmotors, reducers, barcode scanners, sprockets, and bushings.
ELS developed www.elsparts.com in collaboration with its sister company Wynright. Partnering together allows both companies to offer genuine parts from a number of major manufacturers and vendors at discounted prices.
About Elite Line Services
Elite Line Services (ELS) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daifuku Webb Holding Company that provides operations and maintenance support at airports across North America. Established in 1994, ELS offers customized, full-service programs that are fully integrated with operations at both large, international hubs and small, regional airports. ELS’s highly-trained technicians provide planned and corrective maintenance for In-Line Baggage Handling Systems (BHS), Passenger Boarding Bridges (PBB), Ground Support Equipment (GSE), vehicles and facilities.
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