The restructured site is expected to act as a true industry resource for visitors
Speedprint Technology announces that it has retooled its Web site to be more user friendly and useful. Designed for easier navigation, the updated Web resource can be accessed via the company’s current Web address at www.speedprint-tech.com.
The new Web site includes more in depth technical information, including an informative blog as well as updated equipment specifications and resources for its leading-edge stencil print systems and technology. Additionally, the complete list of the company’s North American and international representatives is available on the Web site as well as an inclusive list of the company’s case studies and press announcements.
“Our first priority is to provide customers with as much value as we can. With our updated Web site, we are taking that a step further. Our goal is to provide even more information and usable content in an easily navigated Web format,” said Chris Round, Speedprint’s Global Marketing Manager. “We have included an informative blog in addition to upgrading the overall appearance of the site. We hope that these changes translate into a beneficial experience that customers will return to again and again.”
For more information about Speedprint, visit www.speedprint-tech.com.
Speedprint Technology became a division of the Blakell Europlacer Group of companies in September 1998. Following the acquisition and re-establishment of Speedprint, the group formed a new engineering team, many of which had years of experience with locally based printer manufacturers including DEK and SMTech, to develop and enhance the company’s portfolio of products. In keeping with the ethos of the Blakell Group’s desire to offer flexible and innovative solutions to the market, Speedprint is committed to delivering affordable leading edge stencil printing technology. The realization of this ambition is clearly illustrated by the company’s flagship avi range of fully automatic inline printers. Today, Speedprint operates from a hi-tech facility based in Poole, in southern United Kingdom.