AGC redesigns its product range website

AGC Glass Europe“s website for professionals involved in glass applications now has a new graphic layout, giving it a lighter, more structured, more colourful look. Moreover, the site can now be navi…

AGC Glass Europe“s website for professionals involved in glass applications now has a new graphic layout, giving it a lighter, more structured, more colourful look. Moreover, the site can now be navigated more easily and intuitively, with reorganized web pages and a homepage designed to help internet users find AGC Glass Europe“s main areas of activity (Facade and Architecture, Interior and Design, Transport). For example, an architect looking for glass for a solar-control faade can now quickly obtain the relevant search results in just two clicks. The homepage also focuses on AGC“s R&D objectives with regard to Innovation and the Environment. From now on, products meeting these special criteria will take pride of place on the homepage via a large, dynamic banner. In addition to the information already available on the site, there is now a brand new section called AGC TV. AGC“s very own audio-visual channel allows industry players to discover the group“s new products through webcasts, which can be received via RSS feeds, or even to rediscover existing products through the educational videos, testimonials and references regularly added to the site. The audio-visual information and press releases available on YourGlass.com can also be shared on the leading social media sites. Key existing features such as the Glass Configurator, which calculates the values of various types of glazing (Ug, SF, etc.), and the Product Finder, which helps internet users identify AGC products by entering specific values, will remain accessible on the site. Last but not least, internet users will be able to sign up for a quarterly e-newsletter featuring the latest information on products and showcasing some high-profile architectural applications, among other things. Based in Brussels, AGC Glass Europe produces and processes flat glass for the construction industry (external glazing and indoor decorative glass), the automotive industry, solar applications and various specialist industries. It is the European branch of AGC Glass, the world“s leading producer of flat glass. AGC Glass Europe currently employs some 13,500 people.