Asahi/America Offers Free App

MarineElectronics.com
Friday, August 09, 2013
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Asahi/America, Inc., a company in thermoplastic fluid flow technologies, has released a new free app for use with the iPhone, iPad and Android. The new app is a part number search tool that allows the user to locate part numbers and list prices for any of Asahi/America’s over 20,000 items on their mobile device with the click of a button.

Via the app, the user can easily locate a part number and list price by entering a brief description of what they are searching for. This new app is available free-of-charge in the app store for their mobile device. To get the app, in the app store search for Asahi/America and select Asahi/America Part Number Search Tool to download.

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