Coxreels Launch New Website

MaritimeEquipment.com
Monday, August 26, 2013
Image courtesy of Coxreels

Coxreels, a leading US manufacturer of industrial grade hose, cord, and cable reels, announce the launch of its new and improved website. This completely revamped website features a new design, a fresh look, a streamlined user interface and new tools for convenient product search and selection.  

The company explains that their website has been improved, expanded and designed to insure a superior and informative user experience. Coxreels.com is a true and extensive resource center for distributors, OEMs and end-users offering in-depth product and industry information, literature downloads, and videos.

The website features enhanced functionality such as a responsive “Reel Selector” with filtering capabilities, improved and quick to access “Product” section showcasing every reel line we manufacture, new “Industry” specific search to find the best reel solution per application, innovative “Request a Quote” and “Quote Cart” tools, and upgraded “Contact Us” features that offer the user the ability to get in touch with the Coxreels manufacturing facility in a number of ways.

The remodeled website now includes all new literature pieces; featuring catalogs, new channel/industry flyers and detailed product feature focus flyers. All new videos are also now available for the users to view product’s features and benefits demonstrations and step by step instructions for all maintenance needs.

Simplified site navigation and completely re-designed content make it quick and easy for the visitor to find the appropriate product or application information to suit all hose, cord, and cable reel needs.  Customers will now benefit from richer Coxreels online content with this completely revamped website.

 Coxreels has remained steadfast and focused on manufacturing high quality professional grade hose, cord, and cable reels since 1923. Offering a full product line serving the industry in every channel and application, Coxreels takes great pride in designing, building, and supporting all of their products in the U.S.A.

Visit the new website: www.coxreels.com

 

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