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OPW launches new global website

06 March, 2015

Fluid-handling solutions company OPW has launched its new website. The redesigned, mobile device enabled website combines OPW product lines, brands and regions into one comprehensive and portal.

“Our goal was to create the optimum user experience for our customers," said Keith Moye, vice president of global marketing. “Easy. Fast. Vast. That’s the way we describe it. With any web-enabled device our customers can quickly and easily access all the essential information they want on OPW brands, products, contacts, technical data, instruction manuals, videos, animations, news, and much more – all in one location.”

He said the intuitive navigation on the new website provides visitors with easy access to:

• Product Families – chemical and industrial, transportation, electronic systems and retail fuelling;

• Brands – Civacon, Fibrelite, Midland, Jump, Liquip, PDQ, OPW Engineered Systems, OPW Fuel Management Systems and OPW Retail Fueling;

• Regions – Latin America, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East and Africa;

• Product Lines – KPS, Avance, SiteSentinel, Knappco, Sure Seal, and more.

The new website also includes key tools, such as Tech Support and Resources by brand and region, catalogs, news, videos, presentations, global contact directories, links to social media sites, and OPW’s One Voice Blog.

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