Menomonee Falls, Wis. –Magnetek, Inc. today announced the release of their new website. Located at the same address, www.magnetekmh.com, the new website is simple to navigate and incorporates an intuitive graphic display. All related information, including brochures and manuals, now resides on each product page, and pricing is just a click away for those registered for access to Magnetek Material Handling’s online pricing. Visitors who would like to register for online pricing access are encouraged to fill out the request form. Highlighted features include new videos, the display of related products, and more case studies.
The new website is mobile optimized for easy viewing and content accessibility whether on a smartphone or tablet. The ease with which customers can access product information from a mobile phone is expected to increase customer satisfaction and decrease the amount of time spent locating specific products and documents.
“We hope customers find it quick and easy to locate the information they are looking for on our new website,” said Dan Beilfuss, Director of Sales for Magnetek Material Handling. “We plan to continue to add useful information, such as application tips and case studies, which will help our customers get the most out of our products.”
About Magnetek, Inc.
Magnetek, Inc. provides digital power and motion control systems used in overhead material handling, elevator, and mining applications. The Company is North America’s largest supplier of digital drive systems for industrial cranes, hoists, and monorails. Magnetek provides Energy Engineered® drives, radio remote controls, motors, and braking and collision avoidance subsystems to North America’s foremost overhead material handling crane builders. The Company is also the world’s largest independent builder of highly integrated digital motion control systems for high-rise, high-speed elevators and is a leading independent supplier of digital motion control systems for underground coal mining applications. Magnetek is headquartered in Menomonee Falls, Wis., in the greater Milwaukee area and operates manufacturing facilities in Pittsburgh, Pa., and Bridgeville, Pa., as well as Menomonee Falls.