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Meech unveils new website

June 28, 2012

The updated site provides user-friendly access and educational new product animations.

Meech International, a developer and manufacturer of electrostatic controls and related products,  has announced that its website has been given a facelift, and the updated design with user friendly access and new product animations is now live at

The updated website features a sleek design and accessible information, providing clear and informative descriptions of the Meech product range and the varying applications the products are used with. In addition, the company has also created a series of animations to demonstrate how each product works. These animations are available to view across the Static Control, Air Technology, Web Cleaning and Systems ranges, and will be added to over time.

Chris Francis, CEO, Meech International, comments: “We are excited to unveil our updated website and hope this will provide visitors with easier access to information on Meech and our products. We believe that the addition of product animations will offer visitors a good insight into how each product works. Our range of solutions can be used in such a variety of sectors and industries that we are keen to provide as much information as possible to enable visitors who may not immediately recognize Meech to make an informed decision on whether we are right for them. We are confident that our updated website provides a step in the right direction.”

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