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Kawneer’s website has a new look and a new purpose.


Leading architectural aluminium systems supplier Kawneer has relaunched its website to make it even more intuitive for users.

The new www.kawneer.co.uk does not just have a new look. Navigation has been streamlined to make it even more user friendly regardless of whether visitors are using a PC, laptop, tablet or smart phone.

One of the new features is the ability within the “My Products” section for the user to bookmark individual products so they appear in a personalised fast-access list in the site’s navigation bar.

Other new features include a blog and quick links to enable visitors to instantly access technical specifications, CAD files and BIM models (where applicable) at individual product level.

Stunning photography of projects featuring Kawneer products is shown throughout the site to visually explain the results that can be achieved using Kawneer’s sustainable curtain wall, window, door, framing and Brise Soleil systems.

A new map of case studies does not just show where Kawneer systems have been used throughout the UK but in what sectors – arts and leisure, commercial, education, health, residential and transport as well as bespoke applications.

The technical resource section includes design consideration prompters, product characteristics/regulations and information on Kawneer’s series of CPD seminar
s while a premium content section also allows access to more detailed technical information on the whole Kawneer product range.

Kawneer’s sales and marketing director Mark Clemson said: “The new site gives us the right foundation to better serve our users who depend on us to help find solutions for all their architectural aluminium needs.

“This redesign was a significant initiative, just one of our key initiatives for 2014, and represents a big step in our journey to lead the industry by leveraging technology to further differentiate ourselves in the marketplace.”

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