Blumenbecker news teaser

New corporate website

User first - New Blumenbecker website now online

Vibrant, informative, intuitive – welcome to Blumenbecker's new website. The Group's revamped digital face has been online since the middle of October.

Right from the off it is clear that a lot of work has been put into the new format. The large images have a contemporary feel and the clear-cut layout is full of innovative features. All the information can be easily found and accessed with just a few clicks of the mouse. Content presentation has been successfully optimised for both PCs and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, with the result that the page can be used to best effect even when on the move.

Added value

The re-launch focused not only on enhancing the technical and graphical aspects but also on improving the user-friendliness of the website. “A visit to our new internet presence should not only be fun but should also bring genuine added value”, says project manager Jonas Großerhode. In order to achieve this, the project team has streamlined and re-structured the content of the old website and has also incorporated some innovative tools. Navigation is entirely based around customer needs, and all the services provided by the Blumenbecker Group can now be found under the menu options: Industrial Automation, Industrial Trade and Industrial Service.

New product and services finder

Searching is now both simple and intuitive thanks to the new product and services finder. An intelligent search and selection function means that users are just a few clicks away from the Blumenbecker products and services that are of particular interest to them, with contact names and data also being included for every country. The website additionally acts as the central point of access to the internet sites run by the company's international subsidiaries.

“We want to offer visitors to our website the best possible digital service. That is why we have not just focused on enhanced technical and graphical content but also on providing the maximum possible user friendliness.”

Ralph Mayer,
Head of Communications, Blumenbecker Group