Mitsui Seiki Launches New Interactive Website Featuring Industry Tech Exchange
The more dynamic, interactive and relevant U.S. website offers a hub where industry professionals can post and exchange technical information.
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Mitsui Seiki USA, Inc. (Franklin Lakes, New Jersey) reported in October that it has revamped its U.S. website to be more dynamic, interactive and relevant to the entire manufacturing sector. The company has also developed a “Tech Exchange” leading from its home page.
“The idea was to establish an online place where industry professionals can post and exchange technical information regarding a wide range of manufacturing processes and general industry information about various economic markets, industry events and the like,” says Bill Malanche, Mitsui Seiki’s COO. “We’ve initiated a few conversation starters there at the launch, and we look forward to many users engaging and starting their own topic threads.” Establishing an account is required and Mitsui Seiki personnel will be monitoring the commentary.
In addition to the innovative Tech Exchange, the company also has a “Watch” feature on its home page which will be an area for new staff-inspired video clips relayed in a casual, personal way. For more formal presentations, “Events & Webinars” is also a new home page feature, which currently features Mitsui Seiki USA Chairman Scott Walker giving an IMTS spark presentation on “Questions to Ask Before Buying a Machine Tool.” Further, a “Chat Now” button is also prominent on the home page for quick access to a Mitsui Seiki USA support expert.
The new website also hosts the company’s product line data in HMCs, VMCs, jig borers, jig grinders, thread grinders and specialty machinery. The company adds that the site details how and why Mitsui Seiki machine tools are, and have been, considered among the most precise and accurate available now and over its 90-year history.
“We’re excited about this new site that follows all the current best practices for superior customer engagement and support,” says Malanche. “I hope everyone reading this notice goes to mitsuiseiki.com and browses around! We’d welcome the feedback.”