MAHLE Clevite Inc. has added Clevite engine bearings (1990 and newer applications) to its light vehicle electronic catalog offered through Launchpad (a portal of eCatalogs).
The addition of 1990 and newer engine bearings completes the eCatalog’s light vehicle product offering – which also includes pistons, piston rings, filters, turbochargers and gaskets (also 1990 and newer), the company notes.
“We’re excited about the addition of 400 new parts including Clevite TriMetal, BiMetal and high performance engine bearings to the offering of light vehicle products available in the MAHLE Clevite eCatalog ” says Jonathan Larsen, Team Coordinator I – Data Management. “This is a great accomplishment in our steps towards enhancing the user experience in Launchpad.”
As with all Launchpad eCatalogs, the light vehicle catalog enables users to search, view and/or purchase parts – within one user experience. Launchpad features an “Add to Cart” ordering function tied directly to customer accounts. Users do not have to be logged in to search for an application, but if logged in they can easily add parts from any electronic catalog to the eCommerce ordering tool, MAHLECleviteOrder.com.
Launchpad's electronic ordering function is tied directly into customer accounts. It allows the user to search for light vehicle and heavy duty applications, and select which parts to be included in the order, all through one user experience. The online catalog part number information is comparable to MAHLE Clevite paper catalogs, but is updated in real-time through electronic updates.
Ways to use Launchpad:
* Search light vehicle and heavy-duty applications.
* Utilize search wizard to look up by year, make, model or engine.
* View full part detail containing part images and specifications.
* Print part details.
* Utilize the comprehensive interchange search.
* Add parts from the online catalog to the online ordering tool, MAHLECleviteOrder.com
* Easily view the latest new part number announcements and product obsolescence
For more information about MAHLE Clevite Launchpad, see the company's Web site at www.mahleclevite.com/launchpad.