Grieve Corporation launches new website
The new website enables easier navigation, a wide standard and customized selection of ovens and furnaces, an extensive resource library and more.
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Industrial manufacturing of ovens and furnaces, Grieve Corp. (Round Lake, Ill.) reported on July 7 that it has launched a new website. “As our company continues to grow, we look for our new website to offer the digital tools necessary to better serve our customers,” says Tony Caringella, COO.
According to the company, the website details Grieve’s entire selection of ovens and furnaces in a digital catalog that is easy to navigate. With hundreds of different models, the oven finder tool enables customers to narrow down the right equipment for their process by applying filters such as workspace area, operating temperature, loading method and more. In addition to its standard oven and furnace models, Grieve notes that it has customization capabilities.
Further, Grieves says site visitors can browse the company’s selections of ovens and furnaces and submit a request for quotation and find the equipment that fits their process needs, along with compatible modifications and accessories.
Ordering replacement parts has also been simplified with the Ecommerce platform. Grieve says customers can search by part type to find parts needed for their equipment, and order directly from the website. The Grieve team will verify the item with the customer’s equipment to ensure compatibility. Customers are also encouraged to create an account which will hold their information for ease of checkout for future purchases.
Additional resources include the website’s extensive resource library, which houses hundreds of manuals, component literature, safety information, etc. and the ability to locate a local sales representative using the Locate a Rep tool.
Explore these features, as well as additional information on all of Grieve’s products, processes and services at www.grievecorp.com.
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