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Acme Tools awarded on Newsweek's Best Online Shops 2023 list

The Best Online Shops 2023 were identified after passing a number of tests based on 51 objective and subjective criteria, the release noted.

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GRAND FORKS — Grand Forks-based Acme Tools has been awarded on Newsweek's list of Best Online Shops 2023.

The award is presented by Newsweek and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider.

The company, which is a leading authorized online retailer of tools and equipment, was recently recognized as a top place to shop online in the DIY, Tools and Supplies category, Acme Tools said in a news release. The awards list can be found on Newsweek's website.

The Best Online Shops 2023 were identified after passing a number of tests based on 51 objective and subjective criteria, the release noted. Newsweek and Statista performed detailed testing of each online shop and conducted a nationwide survey of more than 6,000 online American shoppers.

Survey participants were asked to evaluate online shops on a number of factors including trust and security, structure and usability, payment, and purchase and delivery, among others.

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From thousands of online retailers evaluated, only 1,000 have been awarded in eight industries and 39 categories, Acme Tools said.

"I want to congratulate our entire e-commerce team for earning this award and thank our online customers for their business and positive evaluations," Shawn Herrick, e-commerce division manager at Acme Tools, said in the release.

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