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News   April 20, 2017   by Adam Malik

Raybestos launches e-catalog

Brakes company Raybestos announced that it has introduced a new e-catalog, that it says was built using state-of-the-art technology for optimal performance.

The company says that you can work from a desktop, smartphone or tablet to accurately and efficiently find the part and application data that is required.

It came from listening to their customers, said Paul Gurns, master data management and product support manager for Brake Parts Inc.

Key features of the new Raybestos eCatalog include: competitor interchanges, enhanced sorting and filtering, buyers guides and search history.

Located at, the e-catalog also contains product specifications, attributes and images, as well as product comparisons with the ability to see up to four at a time. In the future, the e-catalog will feature include 360-degree images, access to technical service bulletins, and training materials, the company said.

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