New website by POLAR is online POLAR has substantially revised its homepage (www.polar-mohr.com) and not only the design adapted to the spirit of the times, but also the user experience optimized. The interested visitor can be such a comprehensive overview of the entire product portfolio of POLAR gain. A horizontal menu navigation and clear structures to support the visitors with three clicks to the desired information. There different ways offered the navigation, to find the product you’re looking for. The entry can be for example directly on the products, the different categories of users or processes around the cutting. Particularly it has been working on the functionality. So, now for the core product – the cutting machine – a simple Configurator is integrated. The interested customer can select the desired product from a variety of available options that are outstanding and reserve for a quote.
Each option is with a short Explains the text and an image. With some options, also short video sequences are stored for a better understanding. So, the option not only vividly explained, but also their benefit represented. The visitor is interested in, he can request a quotation with one click, which he receives immediately from its approved distributor. The new POLAR website was also adapted to the current technical possibilities and can be used on Smartphones and tablet computers. About POLAR as an independent family-owned company developed POLAR efficient solutions in the field of print finishing and is positioned as a future-oriented technology companies around the world. The product range includes components and systems that to discharging and banding network all processes from loading on jogging, cutting and punching and automate.
Under the brand name MOHR cutting machines produced since 2012, which are especially suitable for print-ondemand markets with formats up to 46 x 64 cm. Also to the POLAR Mohr group is one of the Service packaging technology GmbH, a manufacturer of components and systems for the automatic packing of goods, primarily in the food industry.