All Flex Launches Redesigned Website


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All Flex, one of the country’s leading manufacturers of flexible printed circuit boards and flexible polyimide and silicone rubber heaters, unveiled a completely redesigned website on July 23. The new website, www.allflexinc.com, offers a variety of enhancements including a more user friendly design and improvements to speed.

The entire site has been redesigned from the ground up and customers will instantly notice changes to the layout, design, menus, and navigation of the website.

 “We wanted to make the new website easier to use and navigate for our customers. We felt it was important to organize the content to make it more intuitive and highlight our capabilities, especially our 24-hour quotations and product offering,” said Matt Keithly, President/CEO of All Flex.

The new site is also much more social media oriented, focusing on the company blog being easier to sort through and users can now subscribe to the monthly blog, case studies, and white paper research produced by engineers at All Flex. Everyone is encouraged to explore the new site, www.allflexinc.com  and if you would like to keep up with future company updates, follow All Flex on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.

About All Flex

All Flex is a privately held company that manufactures quick-turn to high volume production runs of flexible circuits and flexible  heaters  with  component  assembly. All Flex products are  commonly used in the medical, military, aerospace, automotive, instrumentation, and various industrial markets. All Flex is headquartered with two buildings in Northfield, MN and a third manufacturing facility 35 miles north in Bloomington, MN. The company is: AS9100C\ISO 9001 certified, UL recognized, ITAR/JCP Registered and is an active IPC member.

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