Tom Parker Ltd launches new website features

Fluid Power Specialist Tom Parker Ltd has launched its newly updated website. The website presents a fresh new look, accompanied by key technical enhancements, giving a streamlined shopping experience for customers.

A better shopping experience …

Featuring an improved layout and new filter function, it’s easier than ever before for customers to find what they need. In as little as three clicks, customers can access the advanced filtering system, which offers a multitude of different options to quickly refine a search, including Brand, Size, Material, Pressure Rating, and Thread.

Shop With Ease

New to the website is the ‘Services’ tab, where technical advice, pneumatic & hydraulic testing, hose assembly, and urgent cylinder builds are available to customers. An updated ‘Support’ page supplies useful information on deliveries, stock, payment, technical issues, FAQs and more. The ‘Technical Data’ tab takes customers to a comprehensive selection of brands’ data sheets and brochures. These new and updated features are there to assist customers when shopping on the website.

Save Your Cart/Reorder

Customers can also now benefit from the new ‘Save your Cart’ function, allowing users to save multiple carts to review, or place their order later. And for recent purchases, customers are now able to reorder items, or download their previous order as a csv, by visiting the ‘My Account’ section.

Stay on Topic...

The updated website also boasts a refreshed news/blog area, with a variety of content about products, brands, company updates and more. To view all the latest features and shop with Tom Parker Ltd today, please visit www.tom-parker.co.uk.

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