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Companies roll out new online offerings

Grundens USA launched a new website designed to help commercial and recreational customers find the products they need.

The website features Grundens’ new Gage Technical Gear family — a line of apparel, gear and accessories designed to provide protection for people who work or play outdoors.

The Gage line provides outdoor enthusiasts with waterproof and water-resistant garments, including pants, bibs and jackets, as well as duffels, backpacks, knives and hats.

The site was redesigned to provide a clean look and ease of navigation. In addition to the new Gage family, the entire array of Grundens’ professional products is available with color images and all product details.

Other highlights of the new website include a photo contest and a photo gallery of customer images.

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Weld Mount, a manufacturer of adhesives and fasteners for marine applications, developed a new website that includes videos about how to use its products.

“The video tells the entire story,” Weld Mount president David Estabrook said in a statement. “Once you view it, you’ll see just how amazing our products are. From a starter kit to the executive kit, and even custom kits, Weld Mount has the right product for the right job.”

The site also includes a “Where to Buy” section featuring a list of distributors, dealers and retailers that carry the products.

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Fabric solutions provider and WeatherMax manufacturer Safety Components recently redesigned its website to provide additional product information.

The site features information that includes spec and comparison sheets. This enables visitors to see comprehensive product data so they can better understand the technical aspects of Safety Components’ performance fabrics, the company said.

“ is more up to date and easy to navigate than before. We also revamped the site because we wanted to make more product data available to the public and share what makes Safety Components' products innovative and top-of-the-line,” marketing coordinator Sylvia Holmes said in a statement.

Safety Components, of Greenville, S.C., is a division of the International Textile Group.



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