Berntsen International has been ranked number 288 among the top 300 B2B e-Commerce companies, according to Internet Retailer’s 2017 B2B E-Commerce 300 list. The research guide identifies, ranks, profiles and provides key sales and operating details on the 300 competitors that control more than 70 percent of the U.S. B2B e-Commerce market.

“With more people shopping online in their personal lives, the expectation of the ‘Amazon Experience’ carries over into their professional purchasing roles as well,” says Tim Klaben, marketing and e-Commerce manager at Berntsen. “Berntsen strives to meet and exceed those expectations not only in product quality and delivery, but the shopping experience itself, whether online or over the phone.” receives more than 1,000 new visitors each month and offers a variety of surveying, utility, construction, and recreation equipment totaling more than 1,200 products on inventory. The company uses its B2B e-Commerce platform to supply products to enterprise companies, institutions and global governments while supporting the online purchasing experience with a variety of informational resources and customer service capabilities.

Berntsen says it is proud to be recognized for its B2B e-Commerce achievements and continues to grow its online offerings with next-generation infrastructure marking products and service. Since receiving Google Trusted Store status in 2015, has received hundreds of customer reviews praising the convenience, accessibility and ease-of-use of its e-Commerce platform.

About Berntsen International

Berntsen International Inc. is a manufacturer and supplier of survey markers, survey monuments, utility markers and related accessories. Berntsen was founded in 1972 by Phillip Peterson and Peter Berntsen. Today, the company has a product line of more than 1,200 markers, monuments and identification products for surveying, utilities, construction, and parks and recreation, and also specializes in one-of-a-kind markers custom-made for specific projects. Berntsen has acquired multiple patents and has been honored twice by the governor of the State of Wisconsin for new product innovation.