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Simco-Ion unveils redesigned website

August 28, 2013

Designed with the help of customer feedback, the new site includes features such as Live Chat and downloadable resources.

Simco-Ion is has announced the launch of its newly designed website. was redesigned with streamlined navigation and functionality throughout, allowing visitors to more easily access product information, documentation and videos.

Designed with the help of customer feedback, the new site includes detailed product and application information to help visitors understand Simco-Ion's range of static control and web cleaning products. Technical data, videos and downloadable resources work together to provide a detailed overview of Simco-Ion's capabilities across a wide range of industries. Visitors can also access the full industrial product catalog online or download in a PDF format.

Knowing that many people access the web from their phones and tablet, Simco-Ion has introduced mobility to their new site. has  been designed using the latest technology so the site is compatible with today's browsers and mobile devices - without the need for Adobe Flash to view it.

In addition, one click social media connections can now be made directly from the website, keeping visitors up to date on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and even Simco-Ion’s very own YouTube Channel. Visitors can also subscribe to Simco-Ion's monthly E-Newsletter from the homepage to receive up to date information on products and services. When browsing the site, visitors can instantly connect with Simco-Ion customer service via the Live Chat feature.
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