Bosch Commercial & Industrial Heating launches new website

Bosch Commercial & Industrial Heating has launched a new website, aimed at enhancing the profile of its growing range of technologies to UK customers.

Bosch Commercial & Industrial Heating launches new website

The brand, which brought its global presence to the UK market last year, has introduced a new website to provide stakeholders operating in commercial and industrial sectors, with a user-friendly portal to find product benefits, technical data and literature.

Visitors to the new website will be able to see the differences between the manufacturer’s product ranges to ensure they are able to specify the most suitable products for each of their projects. The website also enables investors to research the systems that have been recommended to them to give them piece of mind.

The tabbed layout of the new website gives visitors access to the product information they require quickly and easily. The website also allows investors to download product literature in pdf format, to assist them with any installation queries.

Geoff Hobbs, business development director at Bosch Commercial & Industrial Heating, said: “Our new website will allow us to continue to strengthen our position in the UK commercial and industrial heating sector, by granting our customers access to a greater amount of product information than ever before. Since bringing the Bosch brand to the UK commercial and industrial market, we have looked to maintain a strong commitment to customer support, and this is the latest move to support that.

“Thanks to the information age we now live in, customers expect to have a wealth of relevant technical resources at their fingertips, so it seems only right that we develop our offering to fulfil this expectation, and help the industry’s professionals in the process.”

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