Rock West Composites Launches New Website

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Rock West Composites has just launched a new website after months of development. The current design offers multiple new features, intuitive site navigation, expanded products and content, faster speed across devices, and an improved purchase process.

This past week Rock West Composites (RWC) launched a new website and invites its customers and the public to visit. The goal of the redesign was to better communicate the company offering through reorganized navigation, improve user experience across devices, provide additional tools to facilitate easy ordering, and make composites more accessible to a wider audience of consumers and businesses.

The site now has wizards to help users quickly select round tubes or plates from a vast selection of options. There is a new section for shopping off-the-shelf products by application. Customers can quickly add product to the cart and modify the selections once all the products are gathered; in essence, it’s a workbench to coordinate the user’s project order in one space. The filter function has been improved, and search utilizes AI-enhanced functionality. Visitors can stay up to date with the company’s new offerings by visiting the blog or signing up for the company newsletter. The Capabilities and Facilities section of the site has been centralized to give a more comprehensive view of the company’s abilities.

“We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of ecommerce in the composites industry,” said Tom Preece, the VP of Business Development and Marketing at RWC’s San Diego operation. “We are always seeking ways to improve the experience for the user, making it easier to order, offering better and more expansive services, while still keeping customer service and quality at the forefront of our operational vision. It’s all part of our mission to bring the magic of composites to the world.”

To visit Rock West Composites’ new website, go to

About Rock West Composites
Rock West Composites provides composite products for a variety of markets and customers. Specializing in carbon fiber composites, RWC offers in-stock products, including tubes, plates and complementary materials, as well as custom products and solutions, such as product development, engineering services, prototyping, and manufacturing. Manufacturing processes include filament winding, roll wrap, resin infusion, bladder molding, modified closed mold, and compression molding processes. Rock West Composites has facilities in San Diego, California; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Baja California, Mexico.

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