Mevotech TTX 'Terrain Tough' Launches With New Website

Mevotech TTX ‘Terrain Tough’ Launches With New Website

The website is the source for information about the new product line including information about the new technologies built into the TTX line. In addition, it demonstrates various situations where a tougher, longer-lasting part can be used such as taxi fleets, delivery vehicles and other work vehicles.

TTX, a new line of parts designed for applications that require advanced reliability and durability has launched along with a new website, ttxterraintough.com.

The website is the source for information about the new product line including information about the new technologies built into the TTX line. In addition, it demonstrates various situations where a tougher, longer-lasting part can be used such as taxi fleets, delivery vehicles and other work vehicles.

The website itself is built using a new technology to give the visitor a more engaging experience. Built using a parallax scrolling system, visitors can jump to descriptions of various technologies in TTX using a built-in animation that can be viewed on mobile, tablet and desktop browsers.

“TTX is a new line that is designed to provide our customers with reliability, longer duty cycles and higher performance,” said Scott Stone, VP of sales and marketing. “When we were developing the TTX line, we had to be creative and rethink how the parts would need to be designed and built to withstand the rigors of work vehicles. We wanted the website to reflect that same level of creativity and also address the fact that our customers are tech-savvy, smart, and forward-thinking.”

To see the new website, visit www.ttxterraintough.com.

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