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Worldwide Material Handling launches new website

Mobile-friendly website improves user experience, increases website traffic, and generates qualified leads.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 15, 2016

Worldwide Material Handling, a leading pallet rack accessory manufacturer, has launched a newly redesigned website at wwmh.net.

The purpose of the new design was to build a mobile-friendly website that creates a better user experience, increases website traffic, and generates qualified leads. The new website content provides dealers with product specific information and printable PDFs to help further enhance their knowledge on Worldwide Material Handling’s capabilities.

Worldwide Material Handling began a new marketing plan to create a website design that aligned with its new look and created a welcoming environment for its dealers in the material handling industry.

“We want to provide our dealers with a mobile-friendly website that they can easily access while on the road visiting their customers,” said Worldwide Material Handling’s sales manager, Rich Willix. “We are committed to taking care of our dealers better than anyone else in the industry and continue to make business decisions that will enhance our relationship with our dealers.”

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