Weblinx, Incorporated

Industrial and Manufacturing Web Design

Your manufacturing business will be more memorable if your company brand presents distinctive style and imagination. An original brand gives you an instant advantage in a field full of common images and promises. We are experts in search engine technology which gives your manufacturing business the best opportunity for page one visibility.

Weblinx, Inc. specializes in web designs and search engine marketing strategies for manufacturing businesses such as metal fabrication, special equipment, flexible packaging, and tooling. Weblinx can help you draw more customers to your business online. Partner with Weblinx by calling 630-551-0334 x1 to speak with someone about your manufacturing firms website and digital marketing goals.

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Manufacturing Company Web Design Examples

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    Electro-Mechanical

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    Electro-Mechanical Corporation is a privately held, American owned company founded in 1958. It is headquartered in Bristol, Virginia (USA) and manufactures a wide variety of products used in the generation, transmission, distribution and control of electricity.

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    Benetech Global

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    As a global leader in bulk material handling solutions, Benetech is currently represented in North and South America, Asia and The United Kingdom.

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    Carbit Coating Solutions

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    Carbit is a local, third generation family owned and operated coating manufacturer. Carbit’s team of professionals provide timely “coating solutions” for the industrial and commercial marketplace.

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    Continental Pipe & Tube

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    Since 1919 Continental Pipe & Tube has specialized in machines for cutting round pipe and tube.

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    Davenport Dryer

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    Davenport Dryer, a division of Doerfer Companies is North America's premier rotary dryer equipment supplier.

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    HQC, Inc.

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    HQC Inc. is committed to being your full service plastic injection molding company. The company is located in Oswego Illinois.

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    Forge Resources Group

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    Forge Resources Group began in 1988 with the purchase of Dekalb Forge. To date, expansion across the Midwest includes 45 forging product cells operating out of six plants.

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    Welex

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    Welex is the global standard in high performance extrusion solutions. With over four decades of leadership, innovation and performance, we lead the industry with solutions installed in more than 3,000 customer locations in 69 countries.

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Manufacturing Websites

Manufacturing typically is not thought of as an Internet-centered industry, but the fact of the matter is that the right website can help your business to find customers while saving time and money.

To understand why that is, consider these four things that make a manufacturing website great:

#1: Plant or Factory Information

If your team has special manufacturing capabilities, show those off on your website. That way, designers, retailers, and marketers can see exactly how you can help them to become more profitable in a matter of seconds.

#2: A Communications Portal

By using simple forms for the exchange of files, you can reduce a lot of the back-and-forth that would otherwise be necessary for engineers and manufacturing reps to communicate. Make it clear what kinds of files you can accept, and what kinds of specifications you need, to make things easier for everyone.

#3: Factory Direct Online Ordering

If you sell products directly to customers (or even wholesalers), consider adding e-commerce features to your website. You can even tie together things like inventory and shipping to make the sales process faster and more efficient. Even if this isn’t a big source of revenue for your manufacturing business, it can bring in supplementary income every month.

#4: Shipping and Logistics Data

Making great products at competitive prices is important, but so is ensuring that they are received on time. By integrating shipping and logistics with your website, you can enjoy happier customers and fewer returns or discounts.

When you need a web design team that understands manufacturing websites, it’s time to call Weblinx at 630-551-0334 x1.

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