Fordingbridge launches new website

by | Feb 3, 2017 | News | 0 comments


Fordingbridge has officially launched its new website. The new style aims to deliver an image-led, engaging approach with user-friendly navigation.

The site is divided neatly into sectors, such as retail and commercial, to allow sector-specific searches. Users can also look at case studies by product categories too, such as walkways or tensile fabric structures. According to Stephen Toone, Fordingbridge?s managing director: ?Our intention for the website is to provide useful and inspiring information to all users, whether sourcing technical specifications or gathering ideas to present to their client or project team. We would like visitors to use the site as the first step towards their own project and realise we have many years? experience across a wide range of sectors, proving our flexibility and ingenuity. We hope you enjoy the browsing the website.?

To keep users up to date with latest industry news, Fordingbridge regularly post industry information on their blog and via Twitter ( , LinkedIn ( and Google+. (

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