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Measom Freer is on the move at easyFairs

14 January 2013

With sales through their Ecommerce website now well established, Measom Freer has launched tablet computer and smartphone versions of its popular website

The new tablet version allows customers to access the full ecommerce website, with easy navigation, clear information, product data and images and prices of Measom Freer's extensive ranges available to registered users. Customers can download a full catalogue in PDF format with all product sizes and dimensions and there is a 'Current Offers' page for end of line products where customers can snap up a bargain.

The new mobile version is fully optimized to be viewed on mobile phones making locating plastic bottles, caps and packaging easier than ever before. Customers can browse all our products at their leisure in easy access pages, order samples and download a full catalogue in PDF format with all product sizes and dimensions.

Why not browse their site over coffee then come and meet the team at EasyFairs Packaging Innovations, NEC, 27-28 February 2013 on Stand B44 and see their great value packaging products for yourself. Measom Freer Tel +44 (0)116 2881588, Fax +44 (0)116 2813000, sales@measomfreer.co.uk or buy online at www.measomfreer.co.uk


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