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7/10/2018

PRAB Launches Redesigned, Mobile-Friendly Website

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The site makes it easier for visitors to find equipment solutions for scrap handling, industrial wastewater treatment, fluid filtration and coolant recycling applications.

PRAB Inc. has launched a redesigned website. Prab.com now makes it easier for visitors to find equipment solutions for scrap handling, industrial wastewater treatment, fluid filtration and coolant recycling applications.

“Our customers are using phones and tablets to research equipment, ask questions and request price quotes,” states Mike Hook, PRAB’s national sales manager. “Our new site provides a mobile-friendly access point to all our solutions.”

In addition to the enhanced functionality on mobile devices, the redesigned website offers improved navigation and faster access to support and information, according to the company. Visitors can scroll through the site’s content while the main navigation bar remains at the top of the screen, which reduces the need to scroll up to view different pages. Contact forms and buttons for quote requests, parts and services inquiries, and brochure downloads are more prominent, contributing to ease of use.

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