T.D. Williamson (TDW) has launched a redesigned website that makes it easier and faster for users to find pipeline performance solutions, reach experts and gain information about achieving the highest standards of pipeline maintenance and operation.
The simple-to-navigate site also has enhanced mobile capabilities. TDW customers will be able to quickly locate products and services to meet their pipeline pigging, intervention and isolation, and integrity needs. They’ll also have quick access to case studies and white papers that will keep them on the leading edge of industry best practices.
Above all, Senior Manager, Marketing and Communications Laura Calderón said the new site reflects the company’s passion for pipelines. “TDW understands and shares our customers’ concerns as pipeliners, because we’ve been working alongside them for the last 100 years,” Calderón said. “For example, as the industry faces one of the greatest challenges of our time, the Great Crew Change, it’s more important than ever for TDW to provide easily accessible resources that help companies operate their pipelines safely and efficiently.”
The new site is organised into three main sections: solutions, resources and company information. Within the solutions area, users will find all the details about products and services TDW offers, helping them make the best decision for their pipeline needs.
“Each product page includes a snapshot of the features and benefits that matter most,” Calderón explained. “We’ve put size, pressure, pipe type and other important specifics at our customers’ fingertips. And if they need help or consultative advice, an expert is just a click away.”
Calderón said the revised site also demonstrates what a great place TDW is to work.
“Because of our company culture and the opportunities we create for individuals to grow and flourish, we’ve attracted a dedicated team who prioritise integrity, interdependence and initiative,” she said. “Our redesigned website allows us to tell potential employees about our history, our commitment to community service and what makes a career at TDW so rewarding.”
Although the new website represents a digital launch into the future, it also pays homage to the past. A microsite celebrates the first century of TDW, which was founded in 1920. The microsite features an interactive timeline, vintage ads and videos, historical articles and more.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/16062020/td-williamson-introduces-new-website/
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