Allied Motion Releases New Responsive Website

Companys Product Support Documents Are Now Mobile-Friendly

May 26, 2016, Buffalo, N.Y.-- Allied Motion today announced the launch of its new website with enhancements that elevate the user experience and provide additional resources about the companys motion control products and systems that support a variety of industries.


The new website features the addition of more products to the companys online store, QuickShip, which provides expedited shipping of standard products to customers. The website also adds new products, along with updated design information for current products. With these expanded functions, customers are able to efficiently identify the right motion control products for their specific applications.

The website is 100 percent responsive, and users can search it on any display size from engineering workstations to tablets to smartphones. This responsiveness has helped customers interact more easily and find the information they are seeking while enjoying a better viewing experience.

All product support documents are now mobile-friendly and available for download on any device. In addition, Allied Motions navigation is simpler for a more direct approach to searching by product or application.

Another beneficial addition for customers is Allied Motions Engineering Insights blog that guides users in finding helpful application and product discussions authored by the companys application engineering team.

To view Allied Motions new responsive website, visit http://www.alliedmotion.com


About Allied Motion Technologies Inc.
Headquartered in Amherst, N.Y., Allied Motion designs, manufactures and sells motion control products into applications that serve many industries. Allied Motion is a leading supplier of precision and specialty motion control components and systems to a broad spectrum of customers throughout the world. The company posts news and other important industry information at www.alliedmotion.com

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