Tranter Service Center Expansion

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Tranter announced the launch of its new Heat Transfer Forum on www.tranter.com. The forum offers people involved in heat transfer solutions a platform with useful information where they can seek help and support, as well as ask questions with an expected reply within one business day. By joining the Heat Transfer Forum, professionals and engineers can find the answers they need for specific questions.

“The heat transfer market is a very complex field and we believe that people out there have a lot of questions”, said Torbjörn Lantz, Vice President for Tranter Europe. He continued, “Our mission is to be the leader in heat transfer markets and we strive to perceive our customer’s needs and provide the best total value. After 80 years within the heat transfer business, we have gathered a broad expertise and we want to take this opportunity to share our competence and knowledge worldwide.”

Beta testing for the site was completed last week with feedback that was used to finalize the forum layout and settings to deliver high user experience. Tranter’s Heat Transfer Forum is monitored and secure, and the registration is free. The forum is open for sign-ups on https://forum.tranter.com

The Forum can also be accessed through smart phones on Tranter’s mobile website, m.tranter.com.

 

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