www.xpresswayplus.comOrdering system enhanced

Jan. 1, 2003
ArvinMeritor's Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket has added a new feature called Price and Availability to its XpresswayPlus.com online ordering system. Price

ArvinMeritor's Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket has added a new feature called “Price and Availability” to its XpresswayPlus.com online ordering system. “Price and Availability” enables customers to quickly check prices and stock availability for a list of part numbers without having to build a shopping cart.

To use the feature, customers log on to XpresswayPlus.com using their authorized ID and password and then click “Price and Availability” on the menu bar. If they decide to place an order, they can click on the “Add to Shopping Cart” option to have their list transferred to their shopping cart for purchase. It is not necessary to retype part numbers when purchasing items previously checked with the “Price and Availability” feature.

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