Purchasing Norpak conveyor equipment can be done two ways, namely the old school way or the millennial way. Here are the differences between these two processes:
Old School. The old school way of purchasing Norpak conveyor equipment is by visiting their showrooms or having one of their sales agents make a presentation of the items being offered for sale and considered for purchase. There are also options to visit other sites where Norpak conveyor equipment operate, so that the showcase for the prospective buyer is up close and personal in real time.
Millennial Way. The millennial way of purchasing Norpak conveyor equipment is through the use of the internet. The following is the process of checking, ordering and paying for Norpak conveyor equipment online.
- Onsite. By going online and visiting the individual is able to browse through the many options of conveyor equipment types and designs the company is able to provide. Each product has a description and an image. From there, choices can be made based on descriptions on the item/s or conveyor equipment and parts offered online.
- Basket. Once the cursory review has been completed, the individual can then check the item/s, quantity and even design of the offered conveyor equipment and parts onsite. Through a few clicks, the conveyor equipment and/or parts are chosen for the account of the individual.
- Checkout. At checkout, the individual can then compute the payable amount and specify the date of delivery. Payment can also be made on options provided on the site. By checking out, the conveyor equipment and/or parts are actually bought with the final act of delivery completing the sale.
The two ways of purchasing Norpak conveyor equipment are worlds apart. The old school way requires physical presence while the millennial way needs a computer and internet. While there are two ways to buy, the quality and workmanship of Norpak conveyor equipment in either option remains top notch.