“This is a huge leap forward that will allow us to continue to improve the services and products we offer customers across North America,” says CCIS President Wade Hickam. “Our online catalog will provide customers with the easiest way to find what they need and will allow us to take and ship orders faster. Of course, if clients want to place orders by phone or consult with one of our engineers, this option continues to be available. We pride ourselves on our customer service and see our more developed Web presence as a way of doing just that.”
The new CCIS website includes usability enhancements and tools to streamline the customer experience. A Live Chat feature connects visitors directly with CCIS support and engineering staff. Visitors can share and rate product experiences using the new product review feature. Visitors are also invited to join the site’s free Preferred Partner Program to receive additional manufacturer discounts and overall best prices on equipment.
Over the coming months, CCIS plans to add social media and video features to the website. The company welcomes visitor feedback and plans to improve the site on an ongoing basis in response to client needs. CCIS also plans to enhance the engineering section of the site to educate visitors on turnkey finishing equipment solutions and robotics & automation.
Visit the CCIS website to take a tour of the new site and to learn more about the products and services CCIS offers.
C & C Industrial Sales (CCIS) is the premier distributor of finishing equipment in North America. The company carries top-of-the-line brands of liquid and powder finishing equipment, spray booths, ovens, and filters, and is recognized by major manufacturers — such as Graco®, Colmet, Binks®, DeVilbiss®, Ecco, EFC, Gema®, Ransburg, Paint Pockets Company™, and Global Finishing Solutions® — as a key partner in bringing their finishing products to customers throughout North America. CCIS is also equipped to repair or rebuild the products it offers. In addition, it maintains a staff of degreed engineers that also work with customers to develop, design, build, and install engineered finishing systems.