Tamglass-Bavelloni: New website www.glaston.net is open

Date: 23 October 2006
Source: Tamglass.com
Tamglass and Bavelloni, the Glaston Technologies companies, have enhanced their customer service with a joint website: www.glaston.net, supporting the One-Stop-Partner concept.

The new site provides easy access to news from the companies, as well as information on events, products and services.

The website aims to promote wider awareness of the Glaston Technologies companies and the name Glaston in the glass field. The new website also supports the One-Stop-Partner idea: one reliable group that the customers can work with, with one comprehensive website for all information.

The main page has several links to product information. Visitors can access product information via the business or process areas, or simply by clicking the Products button in the main menu. The search-function and path indicator make navigation smooth and efficient.

Special pages have interesting links about events in the glass industry. For example, the glasstec pages, accessible during the glasstec 2006 trade show, provide useful information of the exhibition and the city of Düsseldorf.

The English version at www.glaston.net will soon be followed by other language versions, of which Russian and Portuguese sites will be the first ones.

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