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The Mechanical Industry

Mechanical Industry Learning Hub

The mechanical industry is gaining traction -- and a lot of it. Whether you're considering getting into the growing mechanical parts industry, or you have an established mechanical business you want to expand, here you'll find a constructive approach to cultivating your parts business.

Get more eyes on your parts through the online OEM marketplace.
Start with a solution that offers the right tools and support for your business goals.
The key? Work smarter, not harder.
Get more eyes on your parts through the online OEM marketplace.
It’s a common misconception that you can’t compete against the aftermarket, but there’s not a lot of truth to that notion.
The key? Work smarter, not harder.
Think it’s impossible to compete with the aftermarket? Think again.
It's easy to say the aftermarket is cheaper since -- let's face it -- they have been historically. But not so much anymore.
Many dealers think shops don't buy online -- but they do. In fact, over 85% of consumers start with online searches first.
Start with a solution that offers the right tools and support for your business goals.
The aftermarket is much better at hot shot delivery, but there's a secret around doing these types of deliveries entirely.
If you ask shops how they buy from the aftermarket, they'll likely say online. You shouldn't be any different.
You need a strategy to sell parts, regardless if you're selling online or not.
Learn some tips from our best dealers to jump start your selling strategy.
Your online parts solution should be doing this for you.
The biggest (and most obvious) reason? Efficiency.
Make sure you know who is looking at your parts, and their shopping habits.
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