4/15/2015

Col-Met Engineered Finishing Solutions Launches New Website

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New site more closely aligned with company’s strategic vision for growth, promotes entire product line to the market.

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Col-Met Engineered Finishing Solutions has launched anew website which exhibits their recent brand refresh. The new website is more closely aligned with the company’s strategic vision for growth and promotes their entire product line to the market.

 

The new Col-Met website offers a clean, modern design, easy to navigate functionality, as well as enhanced content and newly updated product literature. Visitors can quickly and easily view Col-Met products by categories such as Paint Booths, Powder Booths, Ovens, Preparation Equipment, AMUs and Components. The site also features enhanced photo galleries by product, Col-Met news, information on training and events, and much more.

 

Col-Met’s new website was developed to provide an improved access point and online resource for companies and individuals to learn more about their product solutions. They are very proud of the new site and hope it provides a useful, informative tool for their customers to get to know Col-Met and their products even better. Visit www.colmetsb.com to view the new site.

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