Vertical elevation specialist Nerak Wiese has unveiled its new-look website. Packed with technical information on its range of vertical conveying solutions, the new website is much more user-friendly.
“We wanted to design a site that met the requirement of both end-users and system integrators to have technical details at their fingertips,” explained Simon Musgrave, Sales Director. “We’re delighted with the result and feedback from our clients has been very positive.”
Each product on the new site has an overview description, a specification and a section detailing example applications. There is also the option to download both a technical drawing of the product and a sales leaflet. Where applicable, each product is linked to an informative video and any relevant case studies.
“It has taken a significant amount of time to collate all the information,” said Musgrave, “but we believe customers will find it invaluable to have all these resources in one place and easily accessible.”
Rubber chain technology
The site also explains the rubber chain technology that lies at the heart of Nerak’s solutions. The heavy-duty rubber block chain is far superior to metal chains due to its link-free design, silent running, and resistance to both wear and corrosion. It is extremely cost-effective because it is virtually maintenance free, with no need for lubrication or regular adjustment and re-tensioning. Its high tensile strength and stretch-free properties are the result of vulcanised steel cables at its core.
The new-look site features the logos of an impressive portfolio of brands that Nerak has supplied vertical elevation solutions to – including John Lewis, Amazon, XPO Logistics, Unilever, Kellogg’s, Ocado and GlaxoSmithKline. Several of these clients feature in the Case Studies section.
The new website also includes sections on Nerak and the Brecon-based company’s history, as well as News, Exhibitions (in the UK and abroad) and Careers.
“In addition, we have links to our LinkedIn company page and the Nerak YouTube channel,” added Musgrave. The new site is optimised for smartphones and other mobile devices, making all the information accessible to executives on the go.