Marvair Marine revamps its website

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Marvair Marine, a manufacturer of HVAC equipment, expanded and redesigned its website to show its complete range of products and services.

“The Marvair site allows the user to quickly find information on a specific product, e.g., chillers, or view all of the products for a specific market,” vice president of marketing David Shuford said in a statement. “We also expanded the use of drop-down menus to improve navigation. In addition to product information, our international and domestic distributors and reps can be easily located.”

The site can be viewed on mobile devices and is fully compatible with iPhones and iPads, Shuford added.

Cordele, Ga.-based Marvair, is a division of Airxcel Inc. and a diversified manufacturer of heating, ventilation and air conditioning products for telecommunication enclosures, school classrooms, commercial modular structures and marine applications.

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