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NACE International Launches Enhanced Website.

NACE International, the nonprofit association and leading resource for corrosion expertise and education, launched its newly redesigned website.

Based on feedback from frequent users and customers, the new site features enhanced tools and search functions, intuitive navigation to help users quickly locate information, and convenient mobile functionality and responsive design.

Structured to provide a seamless and engaging user experience, the new site's efficient, contemporary design makes it easy for visitors to find what they need. For individuals in the corrosion profession or industry, the site provides an avenue to connect with peers and experts to share knowledge and learn.

A powerful new search engine makes it easier and faster than ever for users to locate information about events, upcoming courses, training, standards, career opportunities, news, and more. For advertisers targeting the growing corrosion market, the new site offers larger advertisement options at competitive prices.

"This project was guided by our commitment to creating a site that would help our audience easily access anything they need from NACE," said NACE International CEO Bob Chalker. "We are proud to unveil the new NACE website to our members, customers, partners, media and visitors who are looking to understand more about every aspect of the corrosion control industry and profession."

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Date:Apr 1, 2019
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