Fresh Look for Smith Brothers & Webb's Website

 

 Customers can download brochures for the world-famous Britannia brand of bus, coach and train washing systems
 
A fresh new look for the world-famous Britannia brand of bus, coach and train washing machines has been created for manufacturers Smith Brothers & Webb’s new website.
 
Simple to navigate and offering the chance for visitors to download several electronic brochures, the site will make it far easier for potential customers to find the information they need.
 
With vivid images of Britannia machines washing a range of vehicles and trains, the new website reflects the energy of a company which is expanding its sales around the world.
 
Business has been so buoyant this year that the company, which manufactures all its products in Alcester, Warwickshire, beat its turnover for the year before within the first six months.
 
Andy Barracliffe, Director of Britannia Washing Systems, said: “We are going from strength to strength and hopefully our new website will attract many more customers from around the world.
 
“Downloading the brochures is quick and easy, and potential customers can also view case studies describing the benefits which existing customers are reaping from their Britannia washing systems.
 
“Our brand is trusted around the world for its engineering excellence, unsurpassed wash quality, robustness and reliability and our new website now reflects our ambitions.”
 
Smith Brothers & Webb has decades of experience in helping bus, train, coach and commercial vehicle operators to keep their fleets clean with its range of fully-automated washing systems.
 
The company is also renowned for its Contained Effluent Transfer (CET) systems for emptying the tanks of toilets on trains. Its latest model is an “airline-style” system which operates three times faster than conventional CET systems.
 
It exports around the world and is pursuing a number of contracts in countries, both in the Far East and Europe, where there has been major investment in high speed rail infrastructure.
 

 
Editor’s Note:  for further information contact Celeste Clarke at Century PR on 024 7622 8881 or email celeste@centurypr.co.uk.
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