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Phifer Incorporated Rolls Out New Website

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Phifer Incorporated announced today the launch of its new website, packed with fresh educational content, rich images, and handy interactive tools for the ultimate user experience.

Phifer’s new site delivers a wealth of information and resources on its vast portfolio of insect screening, sun control ,and furniture fabrics right to users’ fingertips for quick and easy access. Optimized for easy navigation on all web browsers and device types, the website delivers an experience today’s fast-paced digital marketplace has grown to expect.

“Phifer’s commitment to being the innovative market leader in our diverse product lines drives us to be on the forefront of technology in our digital marketing efforts as well. We believe our new website quickly delivers information that the user needs in a responsive design for today’s vast array of mobile, tablet, and desktop devices,” said Mark Edwards, Phifer’s senior executive vice president & chief Marketing officer.

Providing clear navigation in a clean, eye-catching design, the site directs users to the information most relevant to their search. Architects and designers sourcing materials, for instance, can browse through images and specifications to determine which products would best suit their needs for an upcoming project. Phifer plans to expand the website with additional tools and interactive features to help simplify the product selection process.

About Phifer Incorporated

The world’s leading insect screening manufacturer and producer of technical textiles with more than 65 years of experience, Phifer Incorporated specializes in innovative, high-performance, and eco-friendly indoor/outdoor sun control and furniture fabrics, aluminum wire and wire mesh products.

www.phifer.com

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