Bluco Launches Redesigned Website

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The new website improves user experience and includes new features like a blog, guided instructions on the quoting process and an expanded customer portal.


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Bluco Corp. has redesigned bluco.com to enhance user experience with improved navigation, photography and comprehensive product descriptions. The site houses the company’s video and literature libraries as well as a new blog which features news and information about modular fixturing. Product details highlight application galleries with case studies.

For new customers, the website features product overview catalogs and guided instructions on how to upload CAD documents and to start the quotation process. The redesigned site also includes an expanded customer portal, so that existing customers can schedule training, download the company’s CAD database and view pricing documents. 


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