Wastequip Launches Aftermarket Parts Business

July 15, 2014

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Wastequip, a manufacturer of waste and recycling equipment, recently launched Go To Parts, a new business that offers OEM aftermarket parts for waste, recycling, and construction equipment.

According to the company, finding parts for waste equipment has historically been frustrating and time consuming, with no centrally located comprehensive parts inventory, no synergies across OEM brands or categories, and no online search and order capabilities. Since the smallest broken part can render an entire truck useless, this new business fills a need in the industry.

Go To Parts offers a comprehensive selection of OEM parts from brands including Wastequip, Galbreath, Mountain Tarp, Pioneer, Accurate, Cusco, and Toter. Thousands of items are available with same-day shipping, expedited delivery, and competitive freight rates.

Parts can be searched and ordered at the online store, via phone, or through a network of more than 200 dealer partners. Ordering information can be found on the company's website.

“Until now, very few options have been available in the marketplace for purchasing parts for waste equipment. There has been no single, comprehensive offering or the ability to search for and/or purchase parts via e-commerce channels,” said Robert Munroe, president of Wastequip’s parts division. “Go To Parts is a one-stop shop, with what we believe to be the largest parts inventory available for waste, recycling, and construction equipment. Genuine OEM parts are always in stock, with same day shipping available, so it’s simple for customers to get the parts they need, when they need them.”

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