Anglia improves website with faster product search

Anglia has upgraded its online sales website with a faster search engine which it claims will “half” product search times.

Steve Rawlins

Steve Rawlins

The Anglia Live website also now has forward and back ordering facilities, volume contract pricing and the facility to search suppliers’ full database of parts including parts not currently stocked by Anglia.

According Steve Rawlins, CEO of Anglia: “We are the only UK distributor offering our customers the opportunity to search across all active part numbers from our suppliers. Place an order and you’ll see the stock level change before your eyes.”

The website lists all active supplier part numbers, including lines not held in stock, and cross-references over 2 million industry standard part numbers which can be searched.

Manufacturers’ data sheets are supplied for all parts listed. For non-stocked lines, the listing includes typical supplier lead times and minimum order quantities.

The website shows current and projected stock levels and any product change or termination notifications (PCN / PTN) issued by the supplier. Historic PCN and PTN information is also available.

Anglia Live 2.0 also supports back and forward ordering, and allows customers to place orders on-line at their negotiated contract price. Customers can place forward orders up to one year in advance.

Customers can also place back orders on standard parts when current stock levels aren’t sufficient to meet their requirements. For back orders, customers can also specify a delivery date allowing for the supplier lead time, and can opt to receive partial quantities where the full requested quantity is not available.

Rawlins added: “Design engineers and buyers use Anglia Live to research component availability as well as to place orders. They will now be able to find the information they need faster, and have much more flexibility to order the parts they need for delivery when they need them.”


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