We designed this site to make doing business with us easy.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin (PRWEB) May 19, 2011
Rite-Hite, a world leader in loading dock equipment, industrial doors, safety barriers, and HVLS fans, announced the launch of an all-new mobile website. The aim of the site, m.ritehite.com, is to provide a growing audience of mobile customers quick access to product information.
“Over the past year we have watched mobile access to our website increase, and the time has come to provide our loyal customers with a mobile site that meets their need for convenient access to information anywhere, at any time, through a mobile device,” said Tiffany Weigand, e-business marketing manager for Rite-Hite. “We designed this site to make doing business with us easy. Users are still able to access more product information and view additional images and videos by accessing the full website with one click. The days of laptops are disappearing. People need information and they need it now. The new Rite-Hite website provides exactly that,” said Weigand.
The new mobile version of the Rite-Hite website is designed to operate on various operating systems, including the popular iPhone OS, Android OS, and Blackberry OS. When visiting the site, visitors are greeted with a page design that is tailored to the smaller screen of their mobile device. The mobile website takes the most popular features of the standard site and simplifies them, making it easy to gather product information. Additionally, each page allows you to access the full site to see the entire photo and video galleries.
Rite-Hite is a world leader in the manufacture and sale of loading dock equipment, industrial doors, safety barriers and high-volume, low-speed industrial fans – all designed to improve safety, productivity, and energy consumption. The company employs nearly 1,400 people worldwide and maintains more than 30 representative organizations in 100 locations throughout North America, Asia, Europe, and South America. Its manufacturing facilities are located in Memphis, Tenn.; Dubuque, Iowa; Denver, Colo.; Toronto, Ontario; Kunshan, China; Volkmarsen, Germany; and Jawor, Poland.