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ADS relaunches website

Posted 5 October 2012 · Add Comment

ADS - the trade organisation advancing UK Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space industries - has relaunched its website.



ADS CEO Rees Ward (above) said he is delighted to announce the launch of the refreshed web site: “In response to Member feedback to improve our information and communications, I hope you will all find the refreshed site more user-friendly in guiding you to find the information you need to support your business.
 
“I would ask you all to pass the web link to as many Company colleagues as possible to make use of your ADS Membership and the information the web site provides”


 
Some of the key improvements are:

  •  Improved navigation
  •  Restructured menu
  •  New homepage layout

Visit the new improved site at: www.adsgroup.org.uk

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