Car-O-Liner Introduces New Americas Microsite New Website Offers User-Friendly Navigation and Layout

Car-O-Liner Introduces New Americas Microsite

The site welcomes visitors with a clean, organized appearance, easy navigation, information on products, upcoming training classes and Car-O-Liner news.


Car-O-Liner has announced a new microsite for the Americas.

Car-O-Liner customers in the Americas will be automatically redirected to the microsite after visiting the homepage. The site welcomes visitors with a clean, organized appearance, easy navigation, information on products, upcoming training classes and Car-O-Liner news. A Resources section includes videos along with brochures/product sheets that can be easily downloaded. Customers can renew their data subscription or rapidly identify local distributors through the website’s quick search by zip code. Further, the new website is a responsive design, optimized for viewing on any device or screen size to fit a growing mobile audience, thereby providing easy access anytime, anywhere.

“We have updated the look and feel of our microsite to build a user-friendly location to quickly and easily find information on our products, activities and distributor contact information,” said Doug Bortz, director of Sales and Marketing for Car-O-Liner Company. “Whether on a tablet or mobile device, our visitors will be able to access the important product information they need, and can easily connect with Car-O-Liner through new forms and links. Registered distributors have access to our VisionWeb portal for instant, detailed customer support information. Our website will be updated on a regular basis with news on industry events, product developments, training class schedules and other communications. We also encourage you to connect through our social channels for the latest updates.”

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