Weems & Plath debuts revamped website

Nautical instruments manufacturer Weems & Plath launched a redesigned version of its website.

Nautical instruments manufacturer Weems & Plath launched a redesigned version of its website.

The company said the goals for the redesign were to improve user navigation and provide consumers with improved online content, including how-to videos and detailed information for more than 400 products.

Weems & Plath said the site’s refreshed look combines with its enhanced content, improved search functionality and optimization for mobile devices.

The company said all users have the ability to download instruction manuals and price lists, order parts for lamps and request custom engraving; returning customers can access order history, real-time shipping cost calculations and improved order tracking.

"We are excited to offer a great online experience to our customers, ensuring all their needs are easily met," Weems & Plath president Peter Trogdon said in a statement.


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