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Columbus McKinnon expands in-stock guarantee product offering

These new shackles, master links, and sub-assemblies, Columbus McKinnon now offers more than 155 chain and rigging products that are guaranteed to be in stock and ready to ship.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 05, 2013

Columbus McKinnon Corporation, a leading worldwide designer, manufacturer, and marketer of material handling systems and services, has announced the addition of 22 products to its In-Stock Guarantee (ISG) inventory. These new shackles, master links, and sub-assemblies, Columbus McKinnon now offers more than 155 chain and rigging products that are guaranteed to be in stock and ready to ship.

Launched in March 2013, the In-Stock Guarantee is a company-wide commitment to ship our most popular chain and forged attachment products in 3 days. If any ISG product is not shipped on time, Columbus McKinnon Channel Partners will receive a 5% discount and free shipping on a future rigging order.

The In-Stock Guarantee business model was developed from the top down, with a focus on providing our Channel Partners and Distributors with best-in-class service on the chain and forged attachment products that they use every day.

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