FinditParts.com now offers 2 million parts

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Updated Jan 27, 2012

FinditParts.com, an online marketplace of heavy-, medium- and light-duty truck parts, announced that it crossed the 2 million-part threshold in its database, marking a strategic milestone for the ecommerce startup. The site, which officially opened its virtual doors for business in , launched with more than 1 million parts in its database.

Visitors to the site only need to know the part number to find and buy the part they need. FinditParts.com populated its database of parts from more than 800 brand manufacturers and OEMs. Since launch, FinditParts.com has been adding tens of thousands of parts every week and is celebrating the milestone of 2,000,000 parts with a counter icon on its Website homepage.

“This is an important milestone for FinditParts.com because our goal is to serve the needs of every customer target, from super-fleet managers to small fleet owners, mechanics and distributor counter personnel, as well as international customers,” says David Seewack, chief executive officer and co-founder of FinditParts. “With two million parts and counting, we can now provide access to over 10 times the number of parts of a local distributor because of our virtual inventory model. We believe we’re addressing a crucial need in the industry that only an online marketplace can fill.”

FinditParts says it has seen rapid growth since its launch, with double-digit increases in daily and unique monthly visitors to the site, net new orders, gross revenue and average order value as well as growth in repeat customers as a percentage of overall customers.

“All the key performance indicators are tracking positively for us,” Seewack says. “As we grow our database, the other critical piece that’s a high priority for us is content. The more accurate photos and more comprehensive part descriptions, the more buyers can feel confident that they’ve found, and are buying the right part. We will be looking to our suppliers to facilitate making this happen as it’s in everyone best interest to ensure that buyers are getting the precise product for their needs.”