GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA, U.S. — MFS/York/Stormor announced on Sept. 17 the launch of its new website, www.mfsyork.com. The new site has been designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience with intuitive navigation and functionality, the company said. It provides visitors access to detailed information on both the company and its full portfolio of on-farm and commercial ag products.
“The new site and the enhancements were all designed with our customers and visitors in mind,” said MFS/York/Stormor President Dan Faltin. “Simplified site navigation, search capabilities and constantly updated product information and specifications have been developed to make it fast and easy for visitors to find the product or information they need.”
Other website features include:
• An easy-to-use “Find My Dealer” function that allows visitors to locate the MFS/York/Stormor dealer(s) nearest them based on proximity and desired product.
• Video Vault page where visitors can view all company videos, as well as videos from other Global Industry divisions.
• A highly unique “Dare To Compare” section where visitors can view and assess MFS/York/Stormor products and components side by side with competitive products.
• News & Events sections including schedules of upcoming tradeshow participation around the world and the latest updates on innovative new products.
“The development and creation of the new MFS/York/Stormor website has been in the works for quite a while,” Faltin said. “We felt the investment in time was a small price to pay in order to launch a site that provides our dealers and customers with quick and easy access to all of the information and materials they need to determine the best solutions for their grain storage and handling needs.”
MFS/York/Stormor is a division of Global Industries, Inc. Headquartered in Grand Island, Nebraska, U.S., Global Industries (www.globalindinc.com) includes four divisions located in Nebraska and Kansas. In addition to MFS/York/Stormor, which is also located in Grand Island, Global divisions include Nebraska Engineering Company (NECO); Hutchinson/Mayrath and Sentinel Building Systems.