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PHILADELPHIA, PA -- Waterwares.com (www.waterwares.com), a
leading retailer of water treatment equipment, has launched a web
site debuting the water treatment industry's first e-commerce portal
for manufacturers and end users. The new portal features thousands of
water treatment products and related accessories from over 150
manufacturers which sell directly to end-user organizations,
including municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment
plants, international dealers, and independent dealer organizations.
Waterwares.com enables comparison-shopping and instant online
purchasing through a database of over 100,000 items from
manufacturers, without middle-market delays and cost increases, says
the company. According to the Filtration News, the water and
wastewater treatment equipment industry is over $5 billion per year
in the U.S. alone.
"This is a win-win situation for both customers and
manufacturers," said Waterwares.com Chief Operating Officer Thane
Tagg. "While customers can benefit from a highly accessible,
cost-effective, efficient and secure e-commerce site, manufacturers
can quickly expand their market reach and reduce sales expenses --
without any upfront costs."
Through strategic agreements with Waterwares.com, leading
manufacturers offer merchandise at extremely competitive pricing.
This inventory is conveniently cross-referenced in 20 major
categories including purification, filtration, analytical,
disinfection, parts and accessories and/or by part number, product
description, and manufacturer name.
Waterwares.com customer databases are kept confidential and
transactions are securely made through advanced encryption
technology. Further, manufacturers no longer need to bear the huge
financial burden of servicing each sale through order processing,
invoicing, and account collections because all orders are supported
by an advanced on-line customer service tracking feature.
Additionally, with Waterwares.com's patent-pending Self-Serv
promotion technology, manufacturers can leverage the site's advanced
Internet capabilities to add, change, and discount new products with
a click of a button without enduring the lengthy process associated
with printing and mailing catalogs.
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