Barton Launches Corporate Website Redesign

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Barton International’s redesigned website has gone live. The website includes easier navigation, quick links to the online store and improved access to products and information, according to the company.


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Barton International has launched a redesigned website with streamlined navigation that is expected to offer quicker, easier access to detailed information on the company’s blasting abrasives, waterjet cutting abrasives and waterjet parts. The site also introduces Barton’s expanded, four-tiered product line designed to give customers more options to accurately match the abrasive product with their performance and budget needs.

The site also includes quick links to Barton's online store, where customers now have access to the company’s complete line of genuine OEM and OEM-style waterjet parts, as well as a variety of waterjet products.

In addition, the site features technical tips to maximize operator efficiencies, a comprehensive library of downloadable product data sheets, application case studies and an array of informative customer resources.

“Customers will find locating detailed information about our industry-leading waterjet cutting and blasting abrasives more intuitive than before,” says Joyce Wolf, marketing manager. “We analyzed our customer’s web experience and redesigned access to get them what they need with as few clicks as possible.”


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