RCI revamps its Web site

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RCI Technologies redesigned its Web site with a more modern look as well as improved navigation and features for customers in the market for the company's diesel fuel purification products.

"Our new Web site is an accumulation of years of input from our customers and RCI representatives," RCI president Robert Randle said in a statement. "Our intent is to make your visit to the RCI Technologies Web site not only informative but enjoyable as well."

RCI says its Web site, www.rcitechnologies.com, is now easier to use and navigate. Specific products can be located by entering a keyword or a part number in the left-margin search box. Customers can also find and download product documentation, including brochures, manuals and schematics.

Locating a local RCI dealer via the new site is faster and more efficient than on the old one and interested customers can use the fill-in "Request Information" page to obtain product quotes, ask questions and request detailed information.

In addition to the changes, the site maintains many previous features, including a product installation gallery, customer testimonials, company news, and archived newspaper and magazine articles featuring RCI.

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