Malaysian nanotechnology company NanoTextile to unveil new website

Malaysia-based nanotechnology service provider for the textile industry NanoTextile will unveil its new website encompassing business information from its five-year journey. The new website features a simple, contemporary design with an updated portfolio, tools, and efficient navigation. It has also been optimized for Android and Apple users.

“NanoTextile wanted to provide a new experience for viewers and customers to learn more about us because we have great stories to tell and we need our website as a new way for our customers to engage with us. We have been lucky over the past few years, especially in 2020, where NanoTextile won the Nanotechnology – Apparel trophy at the Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards. Therefore, we want to give the public easy access to relevant information quickly. It represents both us and our mission to exploit the innovative potential of nanotechnologies in functionalized textiles. The moment they (customers) click on our website, it will give them an idea of ​​what NanoTextile is, ”said Dr Thomas Ong, CEO of NanoTextile Sdn Bhd.

To support affected business players in the textile industry during this COVID-19 pandemic, the company has been providing pro bono advice and guidance since 2020. Additionally, viewers or customers can check it out on its website if they want to. are curious about business partnerships, the company said. in a press release.

“Having our website is like our presentation card. On media platforms, as the world turns, so do we. We have included a new mode of inquiry for our client; a single click determines whether you want to market the use of our technologies for your products or get advice and consultation from us as we assist you based on your product line. In addition, we welcome the collaboration with a higher organization such as research and development (R&D) institutes and not to mention retailers, wholesalers and brand manufacturers. As we move forward into 2021 and beyond while practicing the new standard, getting a feel for our services is essential. With our technologies, we allow commercial players to venture into a new demand such as our antibacterial technology, ”the statement said.

Additionally, audiences can now view consolidated featurettes such as press releases, interviews, and achievements such as recognitions across the globe. The company’s new partnerships with Volvo Car Malaysia, for example, are just a click away from useful links to their sustainability principles by launching their premium Batik face mask infused with NanoTextile technology.

As for the website provider, we worked closely with the Exabytes team in terms of design, writing and development. In addition, 140,000 customers around the world have also trusted Exabytes and created websites for high-end customers such as Royal Brunei Airlines, Abbott and Nando’s.

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Malaysia-based nanotechnology service provider for the textile industry NanoTextile will unveil its new website encompassing business information from its five-year journey. The new website features a simple, contemporary design with an updated portfolio, tools, and efficient navigation. It has also been optimized for Android and Apple users.

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