Carl Kammerling freshens up website

Published:  03 September, 2014

Carl Kammerling International has launched a refreshed corporate website, including new developments and additions designed to provide even greater ease of use for customers.

The new website was launched on 18 August and allows all online retailers to login through the homepage to gain direct access to a ‘Web Databank’ of detailed product information, images and videos, facilitating a streamlined, hassle-free way for online stockists to update their websites.

A ‘New Products’ landing page showcases the latest product developments from the company, and customers can also sign up in the ‘Latest News’ section to receive a monthly e-flyer and annual news flyer.

Consistent with the existing website, the refreshed page will continue to publish a constant stream of news showcasing all the latest products and promotions.

Paul Fallon, marketing manager, said: “The latest additions to the website form the latest part of our wider online strategic development. We take pride in supporting our stockists by giving them direct access to online resources such as detailed product information, images and videos.

“The new features are the latest in a line of introductions and follow the new website launch in 2012 which drove awareness of Intersell, our online ordering scheme, and the introduction of our loyalty rewards scheme in 2013.”

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