STEMCO’s new website live

| June 26, 2014

STEMCO, a supplier of wheel end components, suspension components, brake products and intelligent transportation systems for the commercial vehicle market, launched a redesigned, redeveloped website as well as a LinkedIn page.

The website now features increased functionality and interactivity, and consolidates the various STEMCO brands under one site to better promote its message of safety and quality. 

To complement STEMCO’s hands on field training, STEMCO end users can also access online training through the STEMCO University web portal.   

“The redesigned STEMCO site is a great representation of our brand as a whole,” says Todd Anderson, president of STEMCO. “With all of our products, training and information consolidated on one site, customers will be able to find everything they need faster than ever before.”

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The mobile-optimized site can now be viewed on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices without reducing functionality, and will soon be available in Spanish and French language versions.

STEMCO’s new presence on LinkedIn the company believes will provide end users, fleet managers and those involved in the commercial vehicle industry with an opportunity to track announcements, products and updates within the company. The LinkedIn Page also allows STEMCO to contribute to industry news websites and publications while promoting its safety message.

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