Redline Detection Forms Exclusive Partnership With Integrated Supply Network Canada

Redline Detection Forms Exclusive Partnership With Integrated Supply Network Canada

Partnership will benefit Redline customers with faster, less expensive shipping and enhanced customer service.

PLACENTIA, Calif. — Redline Detection, a leading provider of OEM-approved automotive diagnostic leak detection equipment and developer of the world’s best-selling diagnostic leak detector, the Smoke Pro, has formed an exclusive master distributorship agreement with Integrated Supply Network (ISN) Canada to meet the growing demand for Redline products in the Canadian market.
“At Redline, we are committed to providing world-class service and products to customers around the world,” said Alex Parker, executive vice president of Redline Detection. “This partnership allows us to deliver far better service and support to Canadian customers than we can offer from the United States.”
The partnership will provide Redline Detection customers with benefits including:
•reduced shipping costs and the elimination of customs/import issues;
•expedited shipping from multiple Canadian distribution centers;
•no or low-quantity minimums; and,
•enhanced customer service with multi-lingual representatives and service across several time zones.
“We are pleased to partner with Redline and look forward to supporting the company’s continued expansion,” said Martin Cote, president of ISN Canada.

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