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Cablelink Design Launches New Website and E-catalog
7/31/2014
Cablelink Design launches its new website and completely revised product e-catalog. The new website has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with simple navigation and functionality throughout, allowing customers to access detailed product information.

The site includes extensive product information to help customers understand Cablelink Design’s complete range of signage and display solutions. Components and kits are grouped according to sectors of use: signage, directories and displays.

According to Norman Spencer, Director of Business and Product Development, the site does not in any way replace the hands-on personable service that Cablelink Design has always offered its customers. Mr. Spencer adds, “By launching our new website, we hope to provide another level of service and resources for our current and future clients to learn more about our solutions and how we can help them in their every-day design challenges.”

The new Cablelink Design website and catalog allows customers to benefit from online content that is easier to navigate, and will be helpful in the design and specification process. The website has been designed to be compatible with both desktop and mobile browsers.

In addition, Cablelink Design has launched a completely revised product and solutions catalog, easily accessible via the new website. A gallery of technical specifications and assembly instructions is also available online.

Cablelink Design will be introducing E-Commerce functionality and social media integration into the website by the 4rd quarter of 2014 allowing components and kits to be ordered online by pre-approved customers.


About Cablelink Design
Cablelink Design designs and manufactures a complete line of modular sign mounting and display hardware using high quality materials and finishes. The system’s unique modular nature and “One thread, one tool” design philosophy allows for an infinite number of solutions to the industry’s many design challenges. The company’s founders have accumulated over 10 years of experience serving architects, general contractors, designers and end-users in the signage, display and way-finding as well as retail sectors. For more information, visit www.cablelinkdesign.com.


Contact:
norman@cablelinkdesign.com






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