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Peli unveils its new website

Posted 14 August 2018 · Add Comment

Designer and manufacturer of protective cases and advanced portable lights, Peli Products, has launched its new website – www.peli.com – featuring new tools and webinars.



The new www.peli.com is packed with novelties and tools, with new sections that include a Case calculator for all Peli Cases that will quickly help you find the perfect fit for your equipment or a selection of cases depending on the item you need to protect, such as laptops, cameras, drones; or by type like long cases or carry-on models.

Additionally, the homepage highlights the Peli webinars, where everyone is invited to join-in.

Peli’s products are used by professionals in the most demanding markets, including aerospace, defence, security and emergency services.

The new www.peli.com brings sections dedicated to those professionals by offering special products adapted to their job requests.

The new responsive website adapts to any type of device for navigating on-the-go. It offers a stylish design where visitors can quickly spot the content of their interest and from the Homepage go straight into the area of their interest.

 

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