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Xantrex debuts new website

Xantrex Technology Inc., a subsidiary of Schneider Electric, today launched its redesigned website.

The new website design offers a new look and is easy to navigate, featuring an intuitive interactive menu and a vast resource of technical, troubleshooting and product information.

"Working from our own experience and in analyzing select feedback from the field, we have strategically redeveloped and redesigned our Internet presence to create a much stronger and greatly improved tool for our end users, dealers/distributors and aftermarket retailers," said Grant Dunbar, senior manager, marketing and product development, in a statement.

The new site serves the company's core markets, including RV, marine and commercial/industrial vehicles, via distinguishable sections designed to meet the requirements of distributors/dealers, aftermarket retailers, end users, installers, electricians and media.

Click here for the full release.

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