NUCAP Launches Redesigned Website

NUCAP Launches Redesigned Website

NUCAP Industries recently launched its redesigned website. The company says this new site completes the integration of recently acquired companies into the NUCAP family, uniting the global product portfolio into one online location that is loaded with enhanced content in a much easier to navigate format.

NUCAP Industries recently launched its redesigned website at www.nucap.com. The company says this new site completes the integration of recently acquired companies into the NUCAP family, uniting the global product portfolio into one online location that is loaded with enhanced content in a much easier to navigate format.

“As a technological innovator for brake system components, NUCAP strives to provide information to help educate consumers, both direct and end-user, that brake products are available to enhance safety, performance, durability and value,” said Ray Arbesman, chairman and CEO of NUCAP Industries.

The website is organized in a more user-friendly format covering NUCAP’s five key product categories: backing plates, shims, piston cushions, hardware and electronic wear sensors. In each section you will find information including test data, images, videos and animations.

In addition to the release of the newly designed website, NUCAP has begun to announce new product releases through social media, including Facebook, Twitter or the NUCAP blog, all of which are linked on the nucap.com site.

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