Raybestos Updates Website to Showcase New Product Families

Raybestos Updates Website to Showcase New Product Families

The updated website reflects the “Big Brake Thru” product-line realignment recently introduced at AAPEX.

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Raybestos has updated its website to reflect the “Big Brake Thru” product-line realignment introduced at AAPEX 2018, according to Kristin Grons, marketing manager for Brake Parts Inc (BPI).

The updated website now features a “Product Families” tab that takes visitors to an overview of the new Element3, R-Line and Specialty product families. Separate pages for each line deliver more detailed product information, including features and benefits, and show photos that illustrate the distinct packaging designed to help customers manage inventory and quickly select the right brake parts for each job.

The online product catalog also has been updated to reflect the new family groupings, including pad and rotor kits for top applications, allowing users to easily identify the best parts for their brake jobs. The catalog contains improved product attributes, such as English and metric measurements for all dimensions and added resources for each product. Robust filtering options save time and help users find exactly what they need, according to BPI.

“We had our customers in mind when we decided to realign our product offering into three distinct lines with easy-to-understand family packaging, all with no part0number changes,” said Grons. “The enhanced Raybestos website lets them access information quickly and presents the three distinct Raybestos product families in a clean, streamlined format that is easy to navigate.”

To learn more about the Raybestos Element3, R-Line and Specialty product families, visit www.brakepartsinc.com/raybestos/product-families.html or contact your Raybestos representative.

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