28 July 2015
28 July 2015
Composites Evolution is pleased to announce the launch of its multi-device website; a comprehensive online guide to the use of its natural composites.
The new website sees big changes to both the layout and aesthetics; all designed to help customers better understand how Composites Evolution can meet their needs based on application, product or process requirements. The site clearly lists Composites Evolution’s products showing which are suitable for different processes and applications.
There is a wealth of case studies highlighting where customers have already used the materials and product data sheets provide mechanical performance, test results and processing guidelines. All of which will be regularly updated.
Information for newer products, including Ecopreg, has now been brought up to date and customers are able to download technical data as well as see how the products are being used.
“We’re really pleased with the look and feel of our new website,” said Gemma Smith, Communications Manager for Composites Evolution. “The site has been built to allow us to manage, update and improve more easily meaning we can continually improve the site and the experience of our customers. The site is now a fantastic useful resource for people intrigued about these natural fibre materials.”
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