First Line revamps its website for 2014

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unnamedFirst Line has overhauled its corporate website firstlineltd.com, alongside its latest additions to its range with the introduction of turbo hoses.

Key to this website project was making it’s users journey easier throughout the website with easy navigation, and First optimised design for both tablets and smartphones.

It also enables users to easily navigate through to its three brands individual websites, First Line, Borg and Beck, and Key Parts, which allows its users to benefit from the Webcats parts catalogue that has been incorporated, providing the customer with clear product detail and information.

The cataloging also allows for cross referencing against other suppliers parts numbers and a number of images across a number of vehicle marques for cars and light commercials.

First Line’s new website comes straight after it has extended its range into turbo hoses across a number of popular applications such as the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ford Focus, Land Rover Freelander and Discovery and the BMW E39 and 46 models.

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