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GRI’s New Website Features a Tire Finder Application

Posted on October 8, 2018
GRI says the Tire Finder application on its new website makes it easier filter through agriculture, construction and material handling product categories.
GRI says the Tire Finder application on its new website makes it easier filter through agriculture, construction and material handling product categories.

An application for selecting off-the-road (OTR) tires is among the new features available at the redesigned Global Rubber Industries Pvt. Ltd. (GRI) website.

GRI says the new Tire Finder application highlights its range of high-performance agriculture, construction and material handling tires, allowing users to filter through its offerings and effectively narrow down the search for tire that best suits their specific needs.

The new website has a clean design with an intuitive and consistent navigation system, according to GRI. It has improved menu functionality and a responsive layout that directs the user to the information most relevant to them. It is also fully responsive with mobile devices, making it easy to navigate on a wide range of web browsers and multiple devices.

Prabhash Subasinghe, GRI’s managing director and founder, says the website is “a contemporary, multi-functional and highly resourceful website with an exceptional user-friendly interface. It will ensure speed and effectiveness, providing visitors with a more interactive manner of discovering the full range of GRI products.”

The website’s content is available in a total of nine languages – English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean and Portuguese.

Other features of the new GRI website include integrated social media links for Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and LinkedIn along with news and market announcements. The new website also features career opportunities available at GRI, allowing interested candidates to apply directly via the site. The new GRI site is designed to enhance user experience and delight our customers.

Sri Lanka-based GRI is a producer of specialty tires with offices in six countries and sales in over 50 countries around the world. The company produces construction, material handling and bias and radial agriculture tires at its factory in Sri Lanka.

For more information, visit www.gritires.com.

Related Topics: farm tires, GRI, OTR tires, specialty tires, websites

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