Vipar Heavy Duty highlights fleet service program, order management system

Vipar Heavy Duty highlights fleet service program, order management system

Vipar Heavy Duty highlights its fleet program, which the company says offers fleets of all sizes and vocational areas access to its brands and technology solutions to increase efficiency and enhance maintenance practices, supported by its network of parts and service locations across the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico. 

“Vipar Heavy Duty works with fleets to tailor a program specific to their needs, including the convenience of consistent parts and pricing,” said Jim Pennig, vice president of business development for Vipar Heavy Duty. “Our distributors’ expertise, paired with advanced technologies like our Partsphere Fleet order management system, deliver value to our fleet partners while reducing their overall business costs.”

Vipar says that Partsphere Fleet connects fleets and distributors to facilitate transactional processes and streamline digital business while increasing accuracy and operational efficiencies.

Vipar Heavy Duty will exhibit at the 2021 Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Fall Meeting, being held Sept. 12 to Sept. 16 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland. Fleets that visit the VIPAR Heavy Duty team in booth #16102 will have an opportunity to enter a drawing for a chance to win one of five $100 gift cards, the company says

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