Carlisle Interconnect Technologies launches new website

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carlisle interconnect technologiesCarlisle Interconnect Technologies (St. Augustine, Fla.) announced that it has launched a new website that offers intuitive user-experience.

The new site offers enhanced navigation and search functionality and an easier way of doing business highlighting product features and customer benefits. It also allows visitors to have an interactive experience and better understanding of what CarlisleIT can provide to the medical, industrial, aerospace, space, military and test and measurement markets.

CarlisleIT’s new site has a clean design and improved functionality and is fast and makes it easy to learn about product offerings, contact a sale representative or search for any part numbers.

“It’s all about the ease of doing business, and this website reinforces CarlisleIT’s commitment to partnering our engineering teams with our customers to produce the right solutions,” John Berlin, CarlisleIT’s president, said. “End-to-end design, manufacturing, testing and certification help ensure a seamless process from initial conception through field development. We want people to bring CarlisleIT their most complex challenges.”

The company’s new website can be accessed at www.carlisleit.com and will be updated with product launch news, business activities, corporate milestones and events.

(Learn from some of the medical device industry’s top executives and experts at DeviceTalks Boston on Oct. 2.)

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