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Flow Waterjet Launches New Website

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The site has been redesigned for international and mobile user friendliness.


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Flow International Corp. (Kent, Washington) has launched a new, user-friendly website at flowwaterjet.com, available in 14 languages. The site’s design, combined with enhanced content, improved search functionality and optimization for tablet and mobile devices enables visitors to better interact with the company online.

“Created with the user experience firmly in mind, the site includes extensive application, service, and product information to help visitors understand Flow’s complete range of waterjet solutions,” says Chip Burnham, vice president of marketing. “Technical data, service offerings, videos and application case studies work together to provide a detailed overview of Flow’s capabilities across a wide range of sectors, including aerospace, energy, automotive and more.”

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