11 February 2014
11 February 2014
RAMPF has launched its newly designed and restructured website enabling users to find what they are looking for quickly and easily.
The new website holds information on RAMPF’s product and service portfolio, the latest news, job opportunities, and company history.
“We are proud to present our new website to customers, partners, applicants, and the press,” says Jürgen Penker, Managing Director of RAMPF. “We hope that with our improved online presence we can further enhance our reputation as a leading company for the development and production of customised reactive resin systems and their application technologies.”
The product and service portfolio of RAMPF it says includes reactive resin products, mixing and dispensing equipment, tooling products, and contract manufacturing, for example liquid gaskets, sealing, casting, prototypes and models, material samples, and material selection tests. “In the ‘Products and Solutions’ section of the website you can quickly find exactly what you are looking for,” Jürgen Penker explains, “More detailed information can be found in the download centre, which contains the technical data sheets on our products and solutions.”
Information about the company’s history, its management, and job opportunities can be found in the ‘About Us’ section. The news section contains the latest information on the group, upcoming exhibitions and events, and a press archive.
The website’s design is akin to that of German parent company RAMPF Holding’s site with the global uniformity reflecting the group’s approach towards quality. “The products of RAMPF are produced in line with RAMPF’s internationally renowned standards of quality. We employ identical manufacturing processes, production equipment, and quality management standards as our counterparts in Germany,” Jürgen Penker emphasises.
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