Hella Marine revamps its website

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Sporting an improved layout and information in multiple languages, Hella Marine's new website is designed for easy navigation.

Visitors can easily find products using a drop-down menu or by entering a part number, series name or lamp description into a search field. Results pages now include more detailed information and photographs. Quick-reference icons clearly identify each lamp's main product features and certifications.

The website’s new lighting designer tool recommends products for specific locations aboard a variety of vessels. Users view interior or exterior photos of a boat or trailer, with hot spots illustrating lighting options. Clicking a hot spot delivers further information on available products.

A favorites list allows visitors to save selected products for future reference. The distributor section now incorporates Google Maps, automatically directing customers to their nearest Hella Marine retailers.

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