“Ask the OTP Experts” enables maintenance, purchasing and engineering associates to easily connect with technical OTP experts in fluid power, pumps, mechanical power transmission, bearings and electrical products.
Online PR News – 24-October-2009 – – COLUMBUS, OHIO – October 23, 2009 – Ohio Transmission & Pump (OTP) announced today that the company has released the innovative 'Ask the OTP Experts' on-line industrial product technical support. “Ask the OTP Experts” enables maintenance, purchasing and engineering associates to easily connect with technical OTP experts in fluid power, pumps, mechanical power transmission, bearings and electrical products.
“We designed our website to help the user quickly find the important technical information about the broad selection of products that we support and sell,” states Jack A Grote, Chief Operating Officer. “Even more importantly, we now make it simple for the user to connect to OTP experts to get the personal answers that he wants – even if he doesn’t have time to explore the website.”
The broad product support offered by 'Ask the OTP Experts' supplies technical answers about industrial products from over 60 different manufacturers, including Omron Industrial Automation, Eaton Cutler Hammer, Deublin Rotary Union, SMC Pneumatic, Flowserve Pumps, Sealmaster Bearings, and Lynair Cylinder.
“This new on-line technical support is a simple way for maintenance, purchasing and engineering personnel to tap into product support for a broad selection of industrial products. It truly combines the best features of the internet with the personal technical capabilities of the OTP experts,” Grote continued.
For almost five decades, OTP has merged the knowledge and passion of associates with a broad lineup of the industry’s best manufacturers to deliver valuable solutions for industrial customers. OTP delivers innovative technical solutions for industrial fluid power, pump, mechanical power transmission and electrical applications. OTP and its sister company Air Technologies operate 16 locations with over 300 associates serving industrial customers in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Texas, Alabama and Georgia
October 23, 2009
Jack A Grote
Chief Operating Officer
Ohio Transmission & Pump