Bosch Rexroth Launches New Website

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Bosch Rexroth, one of the worlds leading specialists in the field of drive and control technologies, has launched a new UK website with improved navigab...

Bosch Rexroth, one of the world’s leading specialists in the field of drive and control technologies, has launched a new UK website with improved navigability and packed with even more technical information for engineers.

 The new website contains an improved search function which offers clear routes to product information, service and training pages; a tabbed layout for simplified navigation and quick links to technical documentation, product catalogues and job pages. 

The site is also equipped with new trends and topics pages to keep users up to date with the latest engineering developments, in areas such as energy efficiency and machinery safety.

Crucially, it has also been optimised for mobile devices to ensure that engineering users can access the site’s information whilst out in the field.

Alastair Johnstone, Managing Director of Bosch Rexroth, said: “Fast and easy access to technical information is vital for manufacturers and engineers, from their desktop PC or from their mobile and tablet devices.

“Our new website makes it easier than ever to access our extensive portfolio of products, along with technical information, industry issues and application support.

 “We believe we have made the Bosch Rexroth UK website the destination site for drives and controls information.”

Under the Rexroth brand name, the company supplies more than 500,000 customers with tailored solutions for driving, controlling and moving.

It develops, produces and sells components and systems in more than 80 countries and as part of the Bosch Group, Bosch Rexroth and its 38,400 associates generated about €6.4 billion in revenue in 2011.

 The newly developed Bosch Rexroth website can be viewed at www.boschrexroth.co.uk.

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