Flexcrete launches interactive CD-Rom
Flexcrete, one of Britain's leading manufacturers of concrete repair and protection systems, has launched an interactive CD-ROM. Intended to provide easy access to product, company and market information, the CD-ROM is essentially aimed at Civil and consulting engineers, specifiers and contractors.
Since its formation in 1984, Flexcrete has strived to be at the forefront of the concrete repair and protection industry and it now operates in market areas such as building and civil engineering structures, marine structures, clean and dirty water industries, car parks and waterproof floor and deck protection. The CD-ROM provides immediate interaction and links to references that are not possible with conventional hard copy.
Featuring extensive information regarding Flexcrete, its innovative systems and how they are beneficial to the areas in which they are applicable, the CD-ROM has a fresh and modern look in-keeping with the company’s corporate identity. There is also a section that outlines further information such as accreditations and certifications, technical support and examples of key international specifiers.
The CD-ROM does not assume its user to be an expert in concrete repair and protection systems and has been specifically designed in an easily understandable and non-assuming style. If the user requires further information then it is possible to e-mail the company, access technical data sheets or follow any one of the numerous links to the Flexcrete web site directly from the CD-ROM. In addition, if the user would like assistance regarding a specific project then they can complete the relevant contact form and submit it by e-mail via the CD-ROM.
The CD-ROM is available on request and those wishing to obtain a copy can do so by the following methods: Tel: +44 (0)1772 255065, Fax: +44 (0)1772 882016, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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