Heat and Control has launched a refreshed website designed to make navigation easier for customers.

The global food processing and packaging systems equipment manufacturer and solutions provider teamed up with digital agency WebEnertia to create the new site, which it says offers improved customer engagement, solutions, education, and resources.

According to Amber Crowley, marketing manager at Heat and Control, visitors will appreciate its modern design, fresh look, and intuitive navigation.

“We are excited about our new website and the product-filled pages of resourceful information it provides for our customers, partners and employees.

“As a market leader in the industry, Heat and Control’s website now has the ability to grow with the company and it’s ever increasing capability. We wanted our technology expertise on the manufacturing floor to match our technology online and provide helpful information about the comprehensive solutions we provide,” she said.

The site is responsive on mobile, and includes both co-branding with sponsors and customer success stories.

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