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Nett Technologies website gets redesign

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By: HazMat Staff
December 19, 2012 2012-12-19

Nett Technologies Inc. of Mississauga, Ontario unveiled its redesigned website earlier this week.

The website provides emission control-related information to the construction, mining, material handling, power generation, utility, on-road and marine industries.

Visitors to www.nett.ca will experience features like an enhanced navigation bar that allows for quick access to supported products, industries, technologies and global emission control regulations, the company said. 

“Our innovative site offers access to a growing collection of industry news and articles, events, information and product videos,” Nett Technologies said in a December 19, 2012 announcement to media. “As the emission control authority, our one-stop website will assist in helping to navigate through the hassles and complexities of emission control compliance to your particular industry.”

The website still offers a collection of online modules that includes a design database lookup, catalyst-sizing application, online quoting and a California LSI fleet emissions calculator.

“We are all very excited at all the new and future content we will be rolling out over the next several quarters that will enable us to inform and serve our customers for the better,” said Nett’s Marketing Manager, Alex Stojkovic, in the company’s announcement.

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