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Bunting Magnetics launches a new website

June 22, 2009

Throughout the site, video and improved graphics are incorporated into all pages.

Bunting Magnetics Co., Newton, KS, USA, has announced the rollout of its redesigned corporate web site: The site features improved navigation, better product information and a more streamlined experience for purchasing products online. Throughout the site, video and improved photography will be incorporated into all the product pages.

“This new site is part of our continued effort to provide our customers with the best service possible,” says Charles Whitt, director of marketing. “A part of this commitment is to have a website that gives constant updates on product information while at the same time being easy to use. We feel that this redesign helps accomplish that goal.”

The site now allows customers to quickly find their sales representative through the "Locate a Rep" feature, keeps visitors up-to-date on recent news releases, and gives industry-specific examples of how Bunting products are used in different applications. The company’s new Flexible Die Division is more prominently featured on the new site.

Bunting Magnetics manufactures magnetic separation equipment, and magnetic and non-magnetic conveyors for use in food, plastics, chemical, manufacturing, and recycling industries. The flexible die facility produces 100 percent chemically hardened flexible dies for use in the printing and tag and label industries. The Newton facility also manufactures magnetic diecutting and printing cylinders for use in flexographic printing presses.

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