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B2B online shopping platform launched

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BMG has launched its new web-based shopping platform, BMG Online, which it says makes doing business in the industrial sector even easier.

“Although the planning, development and execution for our E-Commerce shopping portal go back over two years, the COVID-19 lockdown has had a material impact on BMG Online’s design and format,” said,” Darryn Wright, Group Marketing Executive, Engineering Solutions Group (ESG) part of Invicta Holdings Limited.

“Benchmarked on international best practice, the new system is efficient, user-friendly and customer-centric. BMG Online is an easy-to-navigate platform, that enables 24-hour browsing and ordering from a selection of over 50 000 BMG products.”

He added that although the platform offers new opportunities for doing business, digital shopping was merely another channel and would not detract from the technical support and personal care offered by the company.

“This platform will add value to our service offering and make shopping for engineering components even more convenient. BMG Online offers many benefits, including easy product browsing, selection and ordering; click and collect from the nearest branch; swift delivery for existing customers and a fair returns policy.

“The BMG team is on hand to assist customers in all sectors, including agriculture, mining, food and beverage plants, water and wastewater treatment facilities, oil, gas and petrochemical plants, as well as construction, engineering and general industry.”

BMG Online offers a range of bearings, power transmission components and seals. Electric motors and electronic motion components are also now available online. Wright said the company would soon add many more products to this electronic platform, including fasteners, tools and equipment.

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