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Seals-Shop to include marine seals and bearings

Published:  07 July, 2021

Trelleborg Sealing Solutions has announced it has expanded its online store to include Seals-Shop Marine, which makes seals and bearings for the marine industry available to order direct at the click of a mouse or swipe of the finger.

Christian Pachur, manager distribution and online sales, says: “Trelleborg’s Seals-Shop is highly successful. On average, we are seeing more than 150 transactions per month and with the addition of Seals-Shop Marine we expect that to increase. The Seals-Shop offers over 16,000 seals for standard and special applications, and through its clear structure and easy-to-use search interface, we know that visitors appreciate being able to quickly find the right sealing solution for their needs.”

Seals-Shop Marine, is a section within the existing Trelleborg Seals-Shop, offering seals and bearings for a full range of marine applications, including ships, boats, and hydroelectric power plants. In addition to dynamic and static seals, the Orkot portfolio of fabric-reinforced composite bushings and semi-finished products, which is widely used in the marine environment, is listed and available for purchase.

In Seals-Shop Marine, an extensive range of application-specific products can be searched, according to a variety of criteria such as material, diameter or width. Prices and availability are immediately displayed, meaning even complex orders can be rapidly expediated.

The Seals-Shop Marine is an expansion on the existing Seals-Shop. Through this online store, which serves customers in the EU, Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, Trelleborg Sealing Solutions has been providing direct access to its sealing products for several years. By registering to the shop, users can submit orders for seals, gain access to detailed product data and installation guides and reach out to a knowledgeable customer service team.

The Seals-Shop Marine can be found here:

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