Originally Published MPMN January 2005 NEWS
Originally Published MPMN January 2005 NEWSE-News
Three Brands Can Be Accessed
via One Web Site
OK International (Menlo Park, CA) has launched a redesigned Web site that integrates products and technical information from its brands: Techcon Systems, Impell, and Metcal. Users are linked to each brand’s individual Web site, which will soon be available in the local language of the company’s various locations. Furthermore, product and process information also can be
accessed through the main Web site’s applications, industry segments, and product search capabilities. “As our customers and distributors continue to face time and cost pressures, we want to do everything possible to make their jobs easier, and that includes taking advantage of on-line information systems,” says Sherilyn Hill, marketing communications manager at OK International.
The Web sites of Techcon Systems (www.techconsystems.com) and Impell (www.impel.com) feature easy navigation and new aesthetics with an easy-to-view format. The applications area of the Techcon Systems Web site provides a comprehensive service that may save time and money for those seeking options for fluid dispensing. Users can select their application by industry sector and instantly find the most suitable Techcon products for their task, as well as links to detailed technical specifications of these products. Additionally, if a specific application is not listed, users may complete a short on-line form and receive technical assistance. An e-mail confirms receipt of enquiry, then a company representative telephones to discuss the enquiry.
Impel’s Web site has information on the benefits to employees and employers of using professional-grade air-purification and fume-filtration systems. Both benchtop and in-line systems are offered in the product line.
Metcal, which can be accessed directly at www.metcal.com, provides products, services, and solutions that enhance the productivity of electronics manufacturing. For instance, Metcal’s ergonomic hand pieces reduce fatigue, while its simple controls can minimize errors.
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