New web for Scanmudring

Scanmudring recently launched a new web page. The new page has an up-to-date design, is easier to navigate in and shows the company’s broad diversification in various industries and services in a more clear manner.

 Arild Ariansen (CEO) says:

The new web page is an important tool for us to reach our clients and the industry in general. The launch of the new web page is also an alternative source of information for interested parties now when Corvid-19 and travel restrictions have made it more difficult to meet in face-to-face meetings. Scanmudring takes pride in our track record, new developments and investments in both new offering and employees. A web site will be one of the first interaction most people have with an organization, and we have gotten very good feedback for it already.

The web page focus on the offerings and company capabilities and industry diversification Scanmudring currently have. Key markets, equipment and services are in focus with a design for easy manoeuvrability, extending the corporate impression and up-to-date pictures with relevant information.

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