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Londonderry, N.H.-based Kluber Lubrication, a worldwide manufacturer of specialty lubricants, has an improved version of its online shopping cart, which is available to both new and existing customers.

The online shopping cart includes search tools and product directories. Products can be located using a searchable database, and a product description follows each product selected.

"Customers will find the new look and increased functionality of the online shopping cart easy to use," says Jolene Greer, Kluber Lubrication marketing services manager. "It was especially important for Kluber to offer a wider range of products in order to accommodate new and existing customers."

Other upgrades include more than 120 products in all sizes and faster delivery with a variety of distribution choices, according to the company.

For more information, visit klubershop.com

SOURCE: Kluber Lubrication


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