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GAZOMAT announces new digital strategy

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GAZOMAT, a specialist in gas leak detection products and services, has announced that the company has joined the social media platforms LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube in addition to updating its website, giving the company a fresh new look.

GAZOMAT’s decision to go digital was based on their strategy to increase their reach to become a truly global brand.

“In this day in age we realise there is a need to be able to connect with our audience in multiple ways. Going digital opens a constant channel between ourselves, our clients and our partners. Digital communication allows us to deliver valuable information to them rapidly and frequently which they can consume at their convenience,” said Alan Vidal, GAZOMAT’s Managing Director.

On its social platforms, GAZOMAT shares product resources, new product releases, and company and industry news while its new multi-language website in English, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese, provides detailed product and services information.

Discover the digital side of GAZOMAT by following these links:

GAZOMAT is a manufacturer of gas leak detection equipment. A pioneer and leader in highly sensitive laser technology for methane leak detection, GAZOMAT was also the first to develop a network survey software for total traceability of network inspections. With over 25 years of experience working with major gas companies around the world, GAZOMAT has developed an extended product line dedicated to natural gas network survey and fugitive emissions monitoring.

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