AGR´s Next Day Order Program

Date: 31 August 2011
Source: Pilkington/
Pilkington AGR has launched a new Next Day Order Program for low-volume parts.The program was piloted in August of last year, then rolled out nationwide in November 2010.

It covers 6,000 tempered parts - that is door glasses and quarter lights - which are not commonly held in stock at the 105-plus AGR service centers.

Customers can now order these parts direct from the Distribution Centers at Columbus (CDC) or Phoenix (PDC) and have them delivered next day, either via their nearest service center or direct to their own premises. Orders must be received by 3:00 p.m. Eastern at the CDC or 4:00 p.m. Eastern at the PDC; delivery is by FedEx.

“The program has been very well received by our customers,” said Del Hanes, National Standardization Sales Director. “It will be expanding to Alaska and Puerto Rico this month.”

600450 AGR´s Next Day Order Program
Date: 31 August 2011
Source: Pilkington/

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