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Howden announces new Quick Ship Program


Thursday, 31 August 2017

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Howden announces new Quick Ship Program.

Howden Alphair Ventilation Systems is pleased to announce our new Quick Ship Program that will allow us to better serve the North American market.

In order to better serve our customers, we at Howden knew that we needed to create a program that allows us to get our products to our customers faster. Based on direct customer feedback, we have developed our Quick Ship Program.

We developed this program with the customer in mind. We now are keeping stock of fans and spare parts in various locations throughout the US and Canada, which will improve our response time. By having stock in North America, we are able to significantly reduce our lead times down to two weeks. Our shorter lead times mean less downtime, and more importantly, a considerable cost savings for you.

Currently we are keeping Jetstream fans in various diameters, horsepower speeds, voltages, etc. If you would like to know more about our Quick Ship Program or all that Howden has to offer you, please contact us at the information below:

Matt Juth
Matt.Juth@howden.com
+1 330 869 4831


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