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Dürkopp Adler launches online shop successfully
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With these benefits, Dürkopp Adler managed to make a very successful launch of the new online shop sew24.com at the Texprocess fair in Frankfurt on May 24, 2011.

Right after the start, hundreds of visitors were already counted, checking out the convincing and easy-to-use internet pages of the shop. The first orders were already booked during the exhibition.

Thomas Brinkhoff, Head of Parts Business at Dürkopp Adler AG in Germany, is expecting a sharp increase of the business due to the actual delivery problems of other manufacturers. “We have invested in a big and well sorted inventory and are able to deliver immediately”, says Brinkhoff and adds: “We are offering much more to our customers than many others.”

At sew24.com, the customer will find a large offer of hooks, bobbin cases, bobbins, sewing gauge parts, knives, edge guides and binders. The shop offers comfortable search and filter functions, as well as many technical information and high quality pictures of each part.

Freight charges are low, sometimes even free shipping can be obtained.

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