Taco launches new website

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Taco Marine has redesigned its website for improved access to its product lines. Taco said in a statement that the new site, tacomarine.com, will also enhance support for trade customers.

The new home page displays the company’s innovations while also having an improved OEM Rub Rail Replacement Guide and buttons to the “Where to Buy” sections for retail, wholesale and online.

The main navigation also has a Support feature with instruction manuals, videos, product knowledge, warranties, literature and technical support for product help. It also includes a capabilities page that provides an overview of product development and engineering as well as information about processes, distribution, warehousing and inventory management. The website contains new product images, drawings, specification data and videos. 

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