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Airflow Developments revamps website

Airflow Developments has unveiled a new website that reflects its increased range of ventilation solutions and offers a 'quick order' facility for trade customers.
Airflow Developments revamps website
Designed to take into consideration the many needs of the UK ventilation market, Airflow says the new website also demonstrates the breadth of its solutions. For instance, the homeowner section looks specifically at the Green Deal and how vital ventilation is to the long-term success of highly insulated buildings. It also gives advice on what type of extraction fans meet the Green Deal criteria.

For the electrical wholesaler, the quick order pad function means that orders can be placed more easily and with a faster turnaround time. Using predictive technology, it monitors previous customer order patterns and intuitively adds their fast moving products to the order pad.

Airflow marketing manager, John Kelly, said: 'We know our core wholesaler customers are increasingly using EDI technology, both mobile and online, in their day-to-day jobs, and as one of the leading UK ventilation manufacturers we have responded to this shift.'

The new site also includes links to the company's Facebook, Twitter and You Tube channels.

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12 August 2013


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