Starting the new decade, geosynthetics leader Solmax is launching a refreshed 2020 website. The redesign adds efficiency and advanced functionality to the site to meet the information and specification needs of all Solmax customers, from engineers to installers and business development specialists.
Says Andreea Sasu, Global Marketing Manager: “Solmax has grown its manufacturing footprint and product lines significantly over the past few years, both organically and through acquisition. We wanted a website that reflects the energized vision of the company—facilitating progress while protecting the earth—and that gives our customers rapid access to both the general and highly technical information they need to make informed decisions.”
The new site is highly responsive, easier to navigate and provides comprehensive access to Solmax’s expanded portfolio of products. A new Product Search Tool covers all product categories, from Drainage to Geotextiles, PVC and Geomembranes, and specialized and complementary products. The Search functionality has been improved and the results have been separated by sections in order to improve overall user experience.
Newly designed pages, ‘Industries’ and ‘Applications”, reflect Solmax’s focus on the development of new, innovative, engineering-grade solutions. Says Andreea: “As the world changes, we are creating new products to meet new industry, regulatory and customer demands. In this section you will find an updated list of industries and applications that reflect the sectors in which Solmax is active, and has the best products and expertise.
“We are confident this site will better meet the needs of our clients in 2020 and beyond, and are highly committed to ensuring it remains an excellent springboard for our products and thought leadership.”
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