Maintenance

New TRP Online Parts Catalog Features Maintenance Reporting Codes

Posted on December 6, 2016
TRP's new online catalog is designed to provide a more efficient online parts experience by using industry-standard vehicle maintenance reporting standards codes as a navigation tool.
TRP's new online catalog is designed to provide a more efficient online parts experience by using industry-standard vehicle maintenance reporting standards codes as a navigation tool.

RENTON, Wash. — TRP has unveiled its new all-makes parts catalog on TRPParts.com, which features a new navigation tool to search for parts.

The new catalog is designed to offer customers a more efficient online parts experience by using industry-standard vehicle maintenance reporting standards (VMRS) codes as a navigation tool.

With over 37,000 parts for heavy-duty trucks, trailers, buses, and engines, users can go to the new catalog on the website and identify commercial vehicle parts by the system involved in the repair being made. VMRS codes are created to help fleets quickly incorporate all-makes part numbers for their service maintenance and repair system reporting, according to TRP.

“The TRP online parts catalog was designed to be simple and straightforward,” said Matt Treadwell, general marketing manager for PACCAR Parts, the distributor of the TRP brand. “We have developed a new way of using VMRS to display product information in an industry-standardized format. This strategic solution helps users identify the parts they need faster and maximize uptime for our customers at authorized retailers.”

Additional capabilities on TRPParts.com include searching by keyword, TRP part number, or competitor part number; accessing an authorized TRP-retail locator; and special promotions for customers to save on the parts they need.

The online catalog is available in English, French, and Spanish, and is tailored to consumer markets in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

Related Topics: parts, preventive maintenance

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