OMEGA Introduces Website for Mexico
July 24, 2013 - Omega Engineering is launching a website for Mexico mx.omega.com set to go live on July 31st. To keep up with our growth around the world the Mexico site will feature the same products that are on Spain’s website. This Mexico website will be added to the long list of Omega’s international websites:
United Kingdom: omega.co.uk
Czech Republic: omegaeng.cz
The website will include:
- streamlined, clean layout
- great service, quality products
- consistent and clear navigation
Special features will include:
- quick order
- order status
- product finders
- product configurators
- product manuals
- live chat
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