The streamlined navigation, mobile responsiveness and modernized design of Volvo Construction Equipment’s new website for customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa make for a user-friendly, informative experience on any device.
Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) invites visitors to explore its newly redesigned website volvoce.com/. The new website features all the valuable information that regular visitors have come to rely on, reorganized in a more user-friendly and intuitive format.
“It’s essential for our customers and business partners to have access to all the right information – whenever and wherever they need it,” says Tom O´Brien, marketing systems and analytics manager for Volvo CE’s Sales Region EMEA. “No matter what type of device visitors to the site are using – whether a laptop, tablet or smartphone, they’ll now experience a more robust and media-rich platform, designed to help them find what they’re looking for quickly and easily.”
In addition to the fully responsive and streamlined design, the updated site makes it easier to find and compare equipment, side by side. Thanks to the product selector feature, visitors can view multiple models and their specifications at a glance and click through to view more in-depth information, including videos and brochures. Meanwhile, the attachment overview enables visitors to quickly view every available attachment for each Volvo model – from universal interfaces to a range of buckets, grapples, breakers and highly-specialized solutions.
Connect with Volvo
The new website is just one of many convenient ways to connect with Volvo online. Other avenues include Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.
For further information, please visit: www.volvoce.com/press
VP Corporate Communication
Volvo Construction Equipment
Sales Region EMEA (Europe – Middle East – Africa)
Tel: + 46 16 5415906
Tel + 44 207 923 5863
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