Guide to new pages on Remke website - Remke Blog

The primary objective of our blog EVERYTHING’S CONNECTED is to provide you with information that helps you in your job in some way, shape or form.  Of course we also hope you visit the Remke website and since there is truly something new on our site right now we thought you, our loyal blog subscribers, should be given the Insider’s Guide to these new pages.

So away we go!

  • ON THE HOME PAGE
    • When you visit the home page on www.Remke.com you’ll see a large billboard photo that rotates between several images and right beneath that is a blue ‘box’ that’s called Tuff-Seal Product Line Overview……and a yellow ‘box’ called Tuff-Link Product Line Overview.  Click on whichever product line is of interest and you’ll be taken to what I call a ‘picture page’ of all the Remke products in the line.  As you’re looking over the photos when you see something you’d like to know more about just ‘click’ on the image or the caption and PDQ…you’re on a specific product page that includes part numbers, specifications and other information.  1 or 2 Clicks is all it takes.
  • IN THE PRODUCTS SECTION
    • All of the pages in this section have been redesigned and offer more information including an overview of the product group, key specs, application case studies, a snapshot of the Remke Flexible Solutions Center and alternate images that you can zoom over and look at up close.  Getting there is easy.  Click on the PRODUCTS navigation button at the top of any page on the website and in the drop-down menu choose any of our cord connectors/cord grips, wire mesh grips or molded connectors that are of interest to you and PDQ…you’re there in just 1 Click!

These pages on Remke.com were designed based on feedback we had received about what worked, and what didn’t on a website.  Please check out these new pages and give us your feedback so that we can continue to develop web pages that work for you!

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