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Steel Fabrication company strengthens expertise with new website launch

Leading steel fabrication company Steelway have launched www.steelway.co.uk, a fast, streamlined, easy to use website to reflect the wealth of expertise across the companies 4 divisions. The website includes over 180 comprehensive pages of products and projects coupled with detailed images, CAD diagrams and further information for the specifier. From fencing to access covers, the rail industry and architectural metalwork, a broad range of products are available in detail. Split in to four key categories; Steelway, Steelway Fensecure, Steelway Brickhouse and Steelway Rail, the new website covers the aspects of each company division. Alongside this, detailed information can also be found dating back to their origin in 1928 and a news section provides an up to date feed of their latest activities and developments. To streamline the site a product selector and search option will help Architects and Specifiers find the information they need at the click of a button. Even if you don’t know what you’re looking for, a gallery in each division shows high-resolution, full colour images of products in use around the UK, demonstrating new design and project possibilities. There’s even a guide and help section for first time users. Following the launch of new literature and branding, this website further compliments the recent developments at Steelway, strengthening their expertise in the construction market and making them ideally placed to take advantage of the massive investment in the country’s regeneration and infrastructure programme. Steelway employ more than 180 trained engineering staff over their 2 sites in Wolverhampton and West Bromwich. Their technical department possesses the latest CAD technology to ensure that even the most bespoke steel fabrications can be achieved and provides a one-stop shop from site survey through to installation nationwide.

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