B&R launches new website

B&R has completely revamped its website at www.br-automation.com. This website uses the latest technologies to ensure that it looks good while also making its easier for visitors to access an extensive library of information about technologies, products, systems and services. Stefan Schoenegger, marketing manager at B&R, states: "Our goal was to take the extensive information we have been providing over the years and make it more useful and easier to access. Over the years, the internet has become an extremely important storehouse of information, so keeping up with the times by redesigning the website was an obvious next step for us."

New features

New features such as product comparison and an optimised download area have been added to the website. The original Service Order Portal has been upgraded and now goes by the name of Material Return Portal (MRP). This portal makes it possible to handle repair and service requests quickly and easily. Schoenegger says: "With the MRP, it is not only possible to trace the progress of processes, all service documents are also available online whenever needed."

In addition to providing extensive information about components offered by B&R, a new Technologies section has been added to the website. Here, website visitors can find out about technologies that span several industries. This approach demonstrates B&R's commitment to providing extensive support by increasing the amount of information available. If you are looking for information about a specific industry, you can find it in the Industries section. The Industries and Technologies sections will be updated in the coming months, with many new industries being added.

Take a look at the new website now at www.br-automation.com.

B&R Industrial Automation Ltd

Broadoak, Southgate Park
Bakewell Road

+44 (0)1733 371320



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