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Acrylics Web Portal Launched

Originally Published MPMN January/February 2002

E-NEWS

Acrylics Web Portal Launched

www.cyro.com

Acrylics queries can be answered quickly and accurately at a new Web site for medical device design engineers, medical packagers, injection molders, processors, and other specifiers. Available at www. cyro.com, the site's E'crylic Central Web portal includes four components: the Tech-Knowlogy Center, Distributor Corner, a new supply-chain management capability called E'ssistance, and the company site for Cyro Industries (New York City).

The TechKnowlogy Center offers a Web database developed by acrylic molding and extrusion, compound, and sheet experts. Users have immediate access to FAQs, technical information, fabrication tips, physical properties, and other data. They can also send questions on-line to Cyro's technical service center that will be answered within 24 hours. The site offers free membership, which includes a folder to keep track of previously answered queries and other information. Members can also choose to receive updated product information and enhancements via e-mail.

The E'ssistance feature enables ordering of regularly stocked acrylic items and indirect supplies, as well as maintenance, repair, and operations. The distribution section gives the company's distributors real-time access to information about orders, inventory, and availability of products. The company's home page provides information about products, distributors, market applications, material safety, and company news.

Katherine Sweeny

Copyright ©2002 Medical Product Manufacturing News

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