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PCB Piezotronics announces expansion of Platinum Stock Program

Company has over 10,000 sensors on the shelf, ready-to-ship!

PCB Piezotronics, Inc., a world leader in microphones, vibration, pressure, force and torque sensors announces it now has (and will maintain) over 10,000 sensors of the most popular models on the shelf and ready for quick shipping. PCB's very successful Platinum Stock Program has taken the most popular sensors, as determined by customers, and puts them at inventory volumes unparalleled in our industry. The Platinum Stock Program makes these most popular sensors available for quick shipping. These models can be used in a wide range of applications. The program includes a selection of accelerometers with ICP®, charge, and MEMS -technology used in both R&D and Industrial applications. In addition, pressure transducers, force sensors, impulse hammers, and signal conditioners are available.

The program is delighting customers, and getting top management focused on maintaining all the elements necessary to ensure success. "We are working to deliver a level of service that no other competitor can," says Joe Morrill, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "The amount of positive feedback we have gotten from this program is incredible," says Morrill, "while not every customer requires expedited shipments, there is a level of comfort in knowing that 10,000 sensors are ready when you need them and it will not be an issue for your test program."

As a key part of the Platinum Stock Program having 10,000 sensors in-stock will ensure shipping in three days or less. In most cases the sensors are shipped the next business day. Orders up to 10 units will ship in three days or less from order confirmation. Orders over 10 units will ship within 30 days. The in-stock guarantee is backed with free shipping if a customer's products are not available at the time of order.

June 2013

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