Smiths Connectors, a provider of high performance interconnect solutions for the most demanding applications, has announced its newly designed company website, www.smithsconnectors.com. The website is the culmination of a major initiative unifying the brands of Hypertac, IDI and Sabritec and reflects the company’s position as a comprehensive interconnect solutions provider, globally.
Designed with a look to serve the needs of both existing and new customers, the new Smiths Connectors website offers visitors a broad range of relevant and timely information in a user-friendly format. The home page welcomes visitors with a plethora of product images and featured content that underscores the company’s mission to provide customers with the most pertinent information to support its complete product portfolio.
“We have put a great deal of thought and planning into the launch of this new website,” commented Roberta Rebora, VP of Corporate Marketing and Communications at Smiths Connectors. “The new Smith Connectors site provides quick and easy access to essential information in a state of the art platform. It offers detailed information about our product lines and the enhanced technologies embodied within them. Most importantly, the new site supports our long standing aim to provide all our customers across the globe with broad and high performance interconnect solutions for a wide variety of markets and applications.”
Smiths Connectors is a critical partner to many end markets including alternative energy, commercial aviation, defense, electrical and hybrid vehicles, medical, semiconductor test, rail, industrial, oil and gas, space and test and measurement. The website supports our broad clientele by featuring a multi-lingual repository of Smiths Connectors’ product portfolio, technologies, market capabilities, global sales support teams, technical documents, news and events.
The website will be updated on a regular basis and serve as a platform for new product launches, news, and events. Smiths Connectors encourages users to visit its new site, www.smithsconnectors.com.