BLACKBURN OEM Wheel Solutions Enhances Transit Times

BLACKBURN OEM Wheel Solutions Enhances Transit Times

This change positively affects many major cities, the company said.

Blackburn OEM Wheel Solutions, a company specializing in OEM wheels, hubcaps and center caps, has improved its free shipping transit times across the nation. This change positively affects many major cities, the company said.

The improvements to the already free shipping program affect Blackburn’s Next Day (one business day) and 2nd Day (two business day) shipping zones.

The Next Day delivery zone further expands across the Midwest and Northeast, including all of Ohio, West Virginia, and parts of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

The Second Day free delivery zone expands along the West Coast, including all of California, and western Nevada, Oregon and Washington.

All orders placed by 6:15pm EST Monday through Friday will ship out same day. 

Todd Deranek, vice president of Sales & Marketing, said, “Our fastest-growing customer segment is located on the West Coast and we are making necessary changes to get our products to those customers faster while maintaining free shipping. This improvement will make a large impact in major cities like San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Reno, Portland and Seattle.”

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