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MAHLE Clevite Launches New MAHLE Aftermarket Website

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently launched its new MAHLE Aftermarket website. The new website includes expanded functionality and a user-friendly design to allow visitors to retrieve information quickly and efficiently, the company says.

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently launched its new MAHLE Aftermarket website, www.mahle-aftermarket.com. The new website, which supersedes www.mahleclevite.com, includes expanded functionality and a user-friendly design to allow visitors to retrieve information quickly and efficiently, the company says.

The new website was designed to allow the transfer of information in the most effective way possible. Special emphasis was placed on intuitive menu navigation and a user-friendly design, according to MAHLE. The new site also features the implementation of geotargeting, a feature that detects the region of the user and provides site content in their native language.

“We couldn’t be more pleased and excited about the launch of our new website,” said Ted Hughes, manager – marketing, MAHLE Clevite. “Information today is consumed at an exceptionally rapid pace, and the new MAHLE Aftermarket website allows us to instantly transfer the latest information on our brands, as well as technical information to our customers. All of the information our end-users are familiar with remains on the site, but the new functionality allows the user to access the information quickly and easily.”

To access the new MAHLE Aftermarket website, visit www.mahle-aftermarket.com.

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