Festo’s Fabco-Air Launches a New Online Shop


March 4, 2022

Fabco-Air is pleased to announce its new webstore (shop.fabco-air.com). Partnering with KYKLO, a major content and e-commerce solution for the electrical, automation, fluid and energy industries, the Fabco-Air webstore has been designed to be a one-stop shop for all standard products to streamline the product selection, quoting and ordering processes for customers and distribution partners.

Every Fabco-Air product category is available on the webstore. Each category includes a list of its corresponding product series along with the series’ pricing and availability, and a summary of its features and key specs. When a user selects a specific series, a product page provides a fully detailed description and complete specifications plus documentation and any related products that can help simplify the design process.

Customers can request a quote directly and can choose to include their shipping instructions to expedite the ordering process. The webstore is secure and requires only a one-time account setup. No additional steps are necessary for Fabco-Air, a subsidiary of Festo AG since 2019, to begin the quotation/ordering process. Account holders can also save their selections and review their order history.

This expansive webstore follows recent upgrades to Fabco-Air.com and is further proof of the company’s commitment to delivering a robust online experience for buyers and engineers specifying machine components. In addition to creating a powerful procurement platform, the new webstore fulfills the company’s equally important goal of enhancing its online presence and brand awareness while making it easier to do business with Fabco-Air.

In the coming weeks, the webstore will link directly to Fabco-Air.com and will work in parallel with the current online configurator in order to support all online requests for information.

Check out the easy and convenient webstore at shop.fabco-air.com.

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