Frigibar redesigns its website

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Frigibar says its newly redesigned website is designed to invite customers to explore the company's cockpit freezers and accessories.

Site pages are unified by Frigibar's distinctive white ice crystal emblem, set off by a black background with pops of red. An easy-to-use navigation bar with convenient drop-down menus sits atop each page.

Enhanced Frigibar product pages offer detailed descriptions and specifications, plus images from multiple angles to better visualize an item.

An educational site is simple to navigate, with a bright, clean design; and an FAQ section answers common marine refrigeration questions. A testimonials page highlights Frigibar's satisfied customers.

Boatbuilders, yards and owners can use forms on the Request a Brochure or Contact Us pages to learn more. A page for news and events has updates on Frigibar's participation in trade shows and charitable affairs.

Frigibar makes freezer/refrigerators, deck boxes, fishboxes and dock boxes.

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