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ProlamsaUSA's New Website To Offer Customers Industry News, Product and Services Information
Feb 24, 2011 (04:02 PM EST)
HOUSTON, Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ProlamsaUSA announced today it is introducing a new interactive website that will offer customers, registered to the LinkedIn section of the new website, a regular flow of industry news, information about Prolamsa's products and services, and the opportunity to interact and discuss key issues with others who have similar problems and interests.
"Our new website will provide our customers, and others in our industry, a variety of interactive, business-related functions," said Jean-Marie Diederichs, general manager, ProlamsaUSA. "In addition to special customer-only opportunities, we'll provide a forum for groups to discuss key industry issues, participate in question/answer and problem-solving groups, and learn about what's going on in the industries we serve. Our new site will also host industry surveys, including outlooks of business conditions."
Mr. Diederichs said that Prolamsa's new site will host an up-to-the-minute flow of current business, financial and industry news. "We'll provide visitors the opportunity for a quick check of what's going on in the news today and we'll act as a filter to make it as industry specific as possible," he explained. "As we get feedback from our customers and suppliers, we'll modify our new site to make it even more useful to visitors," he added.
You can visit ProlamsaUSA's new website at www.prolamsausa.com
Prolamsa began operating in 1954 and started producing tubular shapes, now the company's primary product, in 1961. Prolamsa produces and sells a wide range of structural and mechanical tubing, metal building components and shapes, and a variety of steel parts and components throughout North America. The company also offers primered and coated products, as well as a variety of value-added services, such as: cut-to-length sections, laser cutting, forming, bending, welding, deburring and scarfing.