AMETEK Process Instruments Announces New E-Commerce Website

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AMETEK Process Instruments recently announced the launch of a new e-commerce website for its U.S. market. Customers across the country can now buy AMETEK Process Instruments products online at their own convenience by simply creating an account and placing an order. Before the online store, customers had to contact the company directly and request a quote, a process that lengthened lead times.

“This new e-commerce website provides our customers with an easy and convenient way to purchase our most popular spare parts and accessories,” says Greg Jancy, vice president and business manager of AMETEK Process Instruments. “Products from our combustion, moisture, and sulfur lines will be represented on the new website.”

This is the company’s first e-commerce marketplace, which aims to give U.S. customers a quick and convenient way to order replacement parts and accessories for their existing process analyzers.

About AMETEK Process Instruments

An international manufacturer of process instruments and analyzers, AMETEK Process Instruments is a business unit of the Process & Instruments division of AMETEK, Inc., a worldwide manufacturer of electromechanical and electronic devices with annual sales of $5.5 billion.

For more than 40 years, AMETEK Process Instruments has produced process analyzers and instruments that work with 11 different technology platforms across the power, oil, gas, hydrocarbon processing, semiconductor, and pharmaceutical industries. Many of the company’s analyzers have been in operation for over 20 years.

This article was sponsored by AMETEK Process Instruments, which designs and manufactures analytical instruments and parts that optimize accuracy and productivity. To learn more about their standard and custom analytical instruments, visit their website.

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