Alfa E-Parts Expands Its Website To 5 Languages

Alfa E-Parts Expands Its Website To 5 Languages

The new BBB Europe makes content available in Spanish, English, French, Italian and Greek.

Alfa e-Parts, a new brand of electrical and electronic components for the automotive industry from BBB Industries, has taken one step further in its internationalization process. Alfa e-Parts was recently introduced to the market, having its corporate website in Spanish and English, and has now implemented multi- language functionality, including three more languages: French, Italian and Greek. 

The company says the high usability of the Alfa e-Parts website allows the wide range of Alfa e-Parts products to be viewed through a drop-down menu in which, through the selection of family and subfamily, users will be able to reach the typology of desired product. In addition, they will be able to find out about all the policies that the brand has implemented at the Quality department, consult catalogs and brochures in pdf format in its Resources section, follow the corporate news through the Blog, and be redirected to its online catalog, where they can access all the technical information of Alfa e-Parts spare parts.

Another of the highlights of the website is its corporate video, in which in just 3 minutes you will be able to see the most important aspects of Alfa e-Parts.

After exhibiting at the Motortec Fair in Madrid, Alfa e-Parts has launched almost 5,000 part numbers to the market, divided into 10 families and 13 subfamilies. The company says it is committed to a product 100% designed, manufactured and tested under rigorous and demanding quality tests, a wide range that will not stop growing (about 6,000 new part numbers annually), and a service that meets the expectations of his customers (taking advantage of the logistics of the BBB Industries group brands).

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