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SPI Lasers Launches New Language Websites

Date Announced: 20 Feb 2012

Chinese and Brazilian versions of the photonics company's web site launched.

SOUTHAMPTON, UK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SPI Lasers, a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial fiber lasers, is proud to announce the launch of four new language websites.

The sites showcase SPI’s laser portfolio with specification and application advice notes across laser cutting, engraving, marking & welding. Lasers are vital tools within many industries including automotive, electronics and medical devices. Welding, cutting, marking and micro-machining can be carried out faster and more accurately with an SPI fiber laser for better reliability, less waste and improved productivity.

Offering an increased level of service to China (www.spilasers-china.cn), Korea (www.spilasers.kr), Germany (www.spilasers.de) and Brazil (www.spilasers.br), the websites have been developed following demand for own language collateral in these key regions.

The new websites come hot on the heels of the 2011-launched www.spilasers.com site. Providing the same high level of information and functionality, the suite of websites has been designed with both new and existing customers’ requirements in mind.

One key feature of the sites is the new applications search; Users type in any application, material or process and the search identifies the most appropriate application note to suit their needs. The site also boasts a privileged access area, allowing access to full specification datasheets, applications notes, and priority notification of new developments.

The sites are already proving to be a great step towards reaching customers globally, and 2012 will now see the development of more languages and increased functionality across all the websites.

Source: SPI Lasers


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