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2/2/2017

Columbia Chemical Launches New Website

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Columbia Chemical, a global manufacturer of surface finishing additives, announces the launch of a newly designed website offering visitors a more user-friendly experience.

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Columbia Chemical, a global manufacturer of surface finishing additives, announces the launch of a newly designed website offering visitors a more user-friendly experience. Starting in December, the company has been in the process of revamping its online presence by investing in a new, more sophisticated website. The site refresh is designed to offer greater benefit to customers and distribution partners, providing quick access to product information and technical resources. Other features include certification details and in-depth company information. The responsive site is viewable on desktop, mobile and tablet devices, all with easy-to-use navigation.

The site also offers extended resources for registered users. By registering online, users have unrestricted access to all the valuable information within the site, including technical data sheets and safety data sheets.

An employee-owned company, Columbia Chemical specializes in the development of surface finishing additives and chemistries in products such as cleaners, acid inhibitors, brighteners, passivators and topcoats.

To view the new site and for more information, visit columbiachemical.com.

 

 

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