Phillips equips its website with new tools

Jan. 1, 2009
Phillips Industries has recently launched its updated website www.phillipsind.com with improvements to help visitors easily locate information they need.

Phillips Industries has recently launched its updated website www.phillipsind.com with improvements to help visitors easily locate information they need.

The entire company product catalog and specific product category information are easily accessible and searchable from the redesigned home page. Phillips quickly responds to requests from customers using the “Contact Us” button; the new product section of the website shows visitors the most current solutions developed for the commercial vehicle industry.

Visitors to the website can also view informative videos, read corrosion prevention tips and information, download product literature, and find their nearest Phillips sales representative. For Phillips customers, distributors, and representatives, there are additional tools available to them with a sign-in and password.

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