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Allen coding launches new fresh-look website

24 June 2015

Designed using the latest technology making it fully compatible with today’s browers, tablets and mobile devices

Allen Coding - leading global specialist in high performance marking and coding systems for the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, DIY and chemical industries – is delighted to announce the launch of its new fresh-look website 

Available in both German and English, the new website, which is more customer and application focused than its predecessor, includes extensive product information on Allen Coding’s full range of thermal transfer, inkjet, hot foil and laser marking and coding equipment.

Created with the user experience firmly in mind, the website had been designed using the latest technology making its fully compatible with today’s browsers, tablets and mobile devices.

Werner Schicks, Marketing Manager at Allen Coding says: “We are pleased to have revised and updated our website to reflect the on-going dynamic changes across our business. Customers can now benefit from richer online content that is easier to navigate and share with others.  Visitors can stay informed on the latest news from the company and the inclusion of more sector specific case studies will ensure customers always find the right product for their application.”

Allen Coding is part of the ITW Marking & Coding Division, which also comprises Diagraph, Foxjet, Norwood and Trident.

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