Fisnar Europe Launches Brand New Website


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Fisnar Europe, a world leader in dispensing and dispensing automation equipment, has just announced the launch of its redesigned European website.

One of the most notable changes to the Fisnar Europe website is its brand new look - the appearance of the old site has been revived with a modern design that is cleaner and easier to navigate than ever before.

Changes have also been made to the website to make the experience more ‘user friendly’ – for example, the new Fisnar Europe website runs on a responsive theme, meaning that the website will scale up or down, adapting to suit the device from which it is being accessed. Phone and tablet users can therefore browse the company’s website ‘on the go’ without facing a tiny screen that is almost impossible to read.

John Henderson, Managing Director of Fisnar Europe, comments on the new website. “As technology advances at an ever increasing pace, we know how important it is to keep abreast of the latest developments – particularly when it comes to our online presence. Our new website utilises the most up to date technology to present Fisnar Europe’s product offering in a contemporary, easy to read style.”

About Fisnar Europe

Fisnar Europe is an international manufacturer of fluid dispensing systems and equipment for all industries. Fisnar Europe offer a large selection of dispensing products including industrial robots, liquid dispensers, dispensing valves, peristaltic pumps, spray valves, syringe barrels and consumables including dispensing needles and dispensing tips, syringe barrels and dispensing cartridges. Fisnar Europe is a subsidiary company of the Ellsworth Adhesives Corporation.

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