Wastequip announces the launch of Go To Parts, a new business that offers genuine OEM aftermarket parts for waste, recycling and construction equipment.
Wastequip says it was motivated to create the new business to remove the problems currently found in sourcing heavy-duty waste and recycling vehicle parts.
Wastequip’s new Go To Parts business offers the largest, most comprehensive selection of genuine OEM parts from industry leading-brands like Wastequip, Galbreath, Mountain Tarp, Pioneer, Accurate, Cusco, and Toter. As a single-source supplier of quality aftermarket parts for containers, compactors, tarps, curbside collection carts, waste trucks, and more, thousands of items are available with same-day shipping, expedited delivery, and competitive freight rates, the company says.
Parts can be searched and ordered by three convenient methods: visiting the online store, phoning a Go To Expert, or through a Go to Network of more than 200 dealer partners.
The Go To Parts e-commerce site offers user-friendly navigation and a powerful search function for simple, fast online parts identification, the company says. Parts can be ordered online and shipped the same day with next-day delivery. Parts also can be ordered by phone, with experienced, knowledgeable Go To Experts always available to assist in identifying the right part. Plus, there’s an advanced dealer locator tool for easily finding certified Go To Parts dealers in local/regional areas, Wastequip says.
“Until now, very few options have been available in the marketplace for purchasing parts for waste equipment. There has been no single, comprehensive offering or the ability to search for and/or purchase parts via e-commerce channels,” says Robert Munroe, president of Wastequip’s parts division.
“Go To Parts is a one-stop shop, with what we believe to be the largest parts inventory available for waste, recycling, and construction equipment. Genuine OEM parts are always in stock, with same day shipping available, so it’s simple for customers to get the parts they need, when they need them.”