ROANOKE, Va., Sept. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- N2Surplus proudly announces two major changes to its marketing options that provide salutary benefits for its customer base. Both of these changes involve satisfying marketing trends and customer needs in today's rapidly evolving economy. The company's shipping policy no longer includes free shipping, which actually saves most customers money. Shipping industrial salvage from Roanoke across the world often involves using multiple carriers that handle heavy equipment. Unfortunately, offering free shipping forced the company to raise prices for all its inventory. The new policy distributes costs more equitably.
Although the company specializes in reclaiming viable surplus for residential, commercial and industrial repurposing, N2Surplus now partners with technology startup Linortek to sell its Koda and Netbell original technology products. These intuitive applications for controlling and monitoring equipment remotely are valuable tools for small businesses and organizations like schools, where every dollar counts.
Better Range of Industrial, Commercial and Residential Products
Company spokesman Neal Brenner commented on the change to shipping policy and new technology product line, "We're proud to save money on the total costs of repurposing salvage and surplus for small businesses and consumers. No matter what companies may claim in their advertising, there's no such thing as free shipping, and our new policy just recognizes this business reality. Shipping, transportation, storage, fuel and maintenance are real costs that force companies to inflate all their prices when offering free shipping."
Brenner elaborated on the company's decision to become an authorized distributor of Linortek products, "We welcome Linortek to our family of products that include surplus merchandise and repurposed and recycled goods for consumers and commercial clients. Linortek products are an inordinately good fit for our customers." The company added a new condition code to its listings -- NWFM -- to indicate New Factory Sealed – Manufacturer Authorized. Linortek products qualify for the company's full one-year warranty protection.
Linortek products can be classified as industrial-automation equipment and as Internet-of-Things technologies. The Koda Ethernet Relay I/O controllers enable real-time monitoring of equipment, emails and remote events. Engineered on the TCP IP platform, the controllers have a built-in Web server so that any small business can use the application to manage multiple areas of their businesses remotely.
Netbell is a scalable, customizable bell and alarm controller that allows schools, factories and other companies to program automatic bell systems. Administrators can easily access, control and change bell programs from any device remotely.
N2Surplus was founded to offer new and used equipment at extraordinary savings by leveraging salvage, surplus and scrapped or discontinued goods. Cycle Systems, a family business, was sold in 2013 to Gerdau Long Steel North America, but company president Neal Brenner recognized the marketing and business value of selling new and used surplus parts, so he bought the N2Surplus division of Cycle Systems. The company's inventory changes daily in its 36,000-square-feet warehouse.