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The online store provides ATS’s customers with information and access to an extensive inventory of parts and products. The core offerings featured on the site include:

  • Information about ATS’s repair services, which can test components within their true operating environment.
  • PanelMate products including new units, accessories, and software.
  • Surplus industrial parts including drivers, motors, PLC’s, monitors, electronic boards, and other product categories. Refurbished parts are also offered and are backed by in-house testing.
  • Legacy products that have been discontinued by OEMs including Eaton, Cutler Hammer, Westinghouse and Dynamatic, among many others, for a variety of product lines.

“With ATS, our goal is to provide our customers with bulletproof reliability when it comes to reliable parts, repairs, and customer service,” said Jeff Kosiorek, ATS Vice President of Marketing. “Our online store offers significant value for our customers by providing them with access to our repair services, surplus and legacy parts, and our PanelMate line. We have inventory of the most commonly broken down parts, so our customers can quickly get the parts they need to resume work quickly.”

To learn more about the ATS online store, visit www.atsonlinestore.com.

About Advanced Technology Services:

ATS makes business run better by improving the productivity and profitability for many of the world’s most respected companies. Through innovative IT services, production equipment maintenance and spare parts repair, ATS helps business remain competitive in a fast changing global economy. ATS is headquartered in Peoria, IL with offices and services centers located in Chicago, IL, Greenville, SC, Detroit, MI, Monterrey, Mexico and the United Kingdom.

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