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Manufacturers Part Number (MPN)

What is the MPN number?

A Manufacturer Part Number or better known as MPN is basically a certain number assigned to a Product that differentiates it from other numbers, similar to SKU or UPC. this makes it easier to find a specific product and also protects it from being sold illegally.

Why is the Manufacturer Part Number significant?

  1. A manufacturer part number allows you to increase your income conversion.
  2. Your MPN number also helps in increasing your marketing.
  3. Another reason why the MPN number is important is that it helps with increasing customer satisfaction by reducing the number of returns. 

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How do I find MPN?

MPN is found on the barcodes of Products, they can be found on catalogs, websites, and online databases.

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