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Spatial launches new website to support its global client base

Posted 17 January 2019 · Add Comment

Spatial, a provider of cabin crew training simulators based in Ras Al Khaimah, has launched its new company website to help further support its expanding global client.

 

Marc Van den Broucque, managing director at Spatial said:“The new website delivers an improved user experience through a simple, clean design with enhanced features, functionality and navigation. It will enable visitors to easily and quickly experience Spatial’s product line, previous work, support services and manufacturing capabilities.”

The website will be updated regularly with news about new products, contract wins, client testimonials, events the company is attending and also houses a comprehensive project list detailing every cabin crew training simulator the company has ever manufactured. A password protected area of the site also gives Spatial customers access to their own portal where they can view manuals, product designs and other important information. In due course the website will be made available in other major languages to support the company’s international expansion.

Van den Broucque added: “We’re excited by the launch of our new website and the improved experience it will deliver to our customers, partners and the wider industry. The new site reflects the quality and values of our company and it will play an important role in informing our clients about our latest innovations as we continue to grow our international presence.”

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