SALINA, KANSAS, US — Vortex Global has updated its website, vortexglobal.com, to mirror its latest catalog of slide gates, diverter valves, iris valves, loading spouts and aerated conveying systems for the handling of dry bulk solid materials.
“Over the past five years, our product research and development team has delivered several innovations to the dry bulk material handling industry,” said Travis Young, president and chief executive officer. “This includes dustless grain ship loaders, high temperature gates for fly ash handling, abrasive duty diverters, and aerated cement conveyors. It became evident that we had to do a better job explaining these new product offerings to the market. Vortex’s new website does a great job with every technical detail.”
Vortex customers can obtain information on the products most suitable for their unique application by searching by product or by industry served. Website visitors can access detailed specifications for each of Vortex’s products, including technical specifications, dimensional drawings, video animations and photos.
“Our digital footprint is something we take very seriously, and that starts with a strong web presence,” said Eric Montoy, corporate marketing director. “This latest website update focuses on ease-of-use, mobile optimization and delivering more relevant content to our Vortex customers. By tapping into some of the latest technologies we can continue to grow our online resources and technical support into the future.”
The refreshed version of the website also includes a variety of resources for Vortex customers and members of the dry bulk solids handling industry. Among these resources are more than 250 case studies featuring Vortex applications, technical articles and white papers, a bulk solids glossary, and news articles from Vortex.
Additional features of the updated site include downloadable instruction manuals, quote requests and return requests, live chat with Vortex representatives and details about Vortex’s history, company policies and current job openings within the organization.