Enginetech has launched its highly anticipated product line with their new Green Book Industrial And Agricultural Engine Parts Catalog.
Carrollton, TX (PRWEB) April 4, 2005 -- Enginetech has launched its highly
anticipated product line with their new Green Book Industrial & Agricultural
Engine Parts Catalog.
“Our customers are Professional Engine Builders and Machine Shops — they will appreciate knowing that they can find parts for virtually any engine that comes into their shops,” said Joe Munoz, Team Leader for Vision and Environment. “Now it’s super easy for our customers to make more money, and more profit, using the tools and equipment they already have in place. Combined with our Black Book Competition Products and vast inventory of Stock Replacement parts, builders can make one phone call to get any of the parts they might need for their builds.”
The Green Book features an easy-to-use application index by engine manufacturer, and an equally easy-to-use or application index by equipment manufacturer or type – enabling the engine builder to accurately determine the right part, for the right engine, in the right piece of equipment.
The 500+ page Green Book is available to any engine builder or machine shop by simply calling Enginetech’s toll-free number and making a request: 1-800-869-8711.
More details can be found at www.enginetech.com/greenbook.php
In business since 1980, Enginetech is the leading supplier of engine parts specifically designed for the professional engine rebuilder. Enginetech supplies the industry with a complete line of parts that are developed to work together in a “better than OEM” environment.
Their innovative part numbering, inventory and application system allows customers to use fewer part numbers over a wider range of applications — resulting in a deeper range of coverage then their competition. With over 15 distribution points, they’re able to supply over 89% of North American engine builders and machine shops with 1-day regular ground service.
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