BITZER relaunches website
Based in Sindelfingen, long-standing company BITZER has overhauled its website, offering visitors lots of new features
The most notable improvement is the new website’s revised product area: users will now have two options for finding the right product – either via the technology or the application. “If customers are unsure about which compressor they need, they can quickly find the right product based on the intended application – for instance by entering the keyword ‘supermarket’ in the website’s search engine. Users can therefore find what they’re looking for in just a few clicks,” explains Marcus Loistl, BITZER Director of Marketing and Communication.
Another benefit is that customers can access the helpful BITZER tools – for example, the BITZER Software – from any page. This makes it possible to simulate operating conditions specific to any application and thus identify, for instance, the correct refrigerant and the optimal maximum allowable pressure. “All the improvements were introduced to benefit customers. The key to the success of this large-scale project was the effective collaboration of everyone involved,” emphasizes Loistl.
User-friendly and modern
“With its user-friendly design, the new BITZER website addresses a larger target group. A key improvement is that the system now automatically directs queries to the right contact representative based on region and issue, allowing us to streamline our processes and answer all questions much more quickly. And that benefits the customers,” says Loistl.
BITZER Kühlmaschinenbau GmbH
The BITZER Group is the world’s largest independent manufacturer of refrigeration compressors with sales companies and production sites for reciprocating, screw, and scroll compressors as well as pressure vessels all over the globe. In 2013, 3,200 employees generated sales of €621 million.
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