Syosset, NY - ISL Products International Ltd. announced the launch of a new website. The website’s enhanced content and improved search functionality are designed to assist engineers to quickly and easily source audio components, motor and mechanical components, ballasts and power supplies, potentiometers/transformers, and cable assemblies and connectors, which satisfy their applications’ specific requirements. Products are most commonly employed in the audio/visual, healthcare, security, industrial machinery, robotics, and food service industries. Together with the company’s component modification and assembly services, the website offers detailed information pertaining to ISL’s supply chain management services, continuous source manufacturing services and logistics management capabilities.
The intuitive website’s new user-friendly navigation tools help visitors save time and the associated costs of locating end-of-life, phased-out and obsolete components. Notably available on each page is a link to an Inquiry Form that allows engineers to submit their project details directly to an ISL sales engineer, who will respond within 24 hours. Optimal solutions to forecasting, warehousing, and JIT (just-in-time) challenges are easily identified in only a few clicks. Comprehensive design notes, case studies, and listings of industries and customers served are included, as well as contact information for the company’s growing network of US sales representatives. The website will be continually updated to ensure accuracy.
“Our newly redesigned website is optimized for the engineer and OEM looking for a single-source that can deliver value-added components that meet their projects’ specialized applications.” said Ken Kawaller, President of ISL Products International Ltd. “The scope of ISL’s value-added manufacturing capabilities, coupled with our sourcing, supply chain management, and logistical management services are unparalleled. We are excited to have launched this new site and eager to help customers maximize profitability and speed time-to-market.”