The A&B Group Unveils Renewed Website Design

One of Europe’s leading turning parts manufacturers reveals a renewed website that’s complete with new features and now available in four different languages.

July 11, 2019 / / —

The A&B Group has revealed some exciting news that their website has undergone recent improvements. As such, they recently unveiled a renewed design that’s going to take the company forward for many years to come. It’s a more polished and refined version of their previous site, packed full of features that make it more user-friendly than before.

Website design is a crucial aspect of all business branding these days. The renewed website for the A&B Group is a lot cleaner than it used to be, bringing the company into the modern era. Users and potential customers will find it much easier to navigate the site thanks to a new menu system that separates everything into different sections. The colour scheme has also been carefully selected to represent the brand’s Italian heritage. There’s a white background with green text that brings together two core elements of the national flag. The overall effect is very contemporary; it’s a good reflection of up-to-date web design for 2019 and beyond.

Now Available In Four Languages

Aside from the visual changes, the A&B Group also announced that a massive overhaul of the site was carried out to make it available in four different languages. Professional translators have worked on the site to translate the pages from native Italian to English, German, and Polish.

With two production facilities - one in Italy and one in Poland - the translated versions of the website will be incredibly useful for the A&B Group and their customers. The company also serves many clients throughout Europe, and a lot of their market is in Germany and the UK.

The website makes it easy to switch between languages thanks to a simple drop-down box in the top right corner. Users can select the language, and all the pages will appear translated for them. As a result, there’s no need to keep translating a page when it loads - the site stays in the language that’s selected.

A Reputation For Quality

A&B Torneria was founded in 1997 and has established itself as a company with a reputation for quality. The firm works with various complex machinery to provide automatic precision turning for clients all over the world. The renewal of their website is a giant leap forward as it helps modernise the group and improves the brand image online. The renewed design is now a reflection of the quality and class that the company provides to their clients.

The brand new website is available for you to see at https://www.aebtorneria.com/. For more information, please feel free to contact the A&B Group directly. You can reach the company via email at commerciale@aebtorneria.com, and any press enquiries should be sent there. For phonecall enquiries, please call +39 030 7759889. Lastly, any postal messages or enquiries should be directed to this address: Via Campagna, 28 25030 Berlingo, Brescia – Italy.

Contact Info:
Name: A&B Group
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Organization: A&B Group
Address: Via Campagna, 28 25030 Berlingo, Brescia – Italy
Phone: +39 030 7759889
Website: https://www.aebtorneria.com/

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