Stanford Advanced Materials Goes Online, Showcasing Special Products in Its Brand-New Site
The California based Stanford Advanced Materials, a world renowned supplier of rare earth products has launched its website, www.samaterials.com, showing among many other things, the various categories and types of its products.
Irvine (I-Newswire) February 17, 2014 - The California based Stanford Advanced Materials, a world renowned supplier of rare earth products has launched its website, www.samaterials.com, showing among many other things, the various categories and types of its products.
Since it was started in 1994, Stanford Advanced Materials, has been producing and supplying pure metals, ceramics, minerals and alloys. It is known for the quality of its products. That is, all the products from this giant manufacturer and supplier of minerals such as oxysalts, sulhides, oxides and chlorides are always regarded as being of very high quality.
In most cases, the products from Stanford Advanced Materials are used in research and development. However, the products are also used in other related industries such as aviation and electronic.
The launched website now makes it much easier the process of searching for any product and ordering the same from SAM, as Stanford Advanced Materials is commonly known among its customers.
"Apart from the fact that this website will bring our company much closer to our clients, we are also looking forward to ease the process of searching for certain products from Stanford Advanced Materials," said one of SAM senior officials during the launch.
The site is divided into different sections. There is the Home page which is the first page that a visitor sees once he visits www.samaterials.com. There are also products, applications, blog and contact us sections.
According to Stanford Advanced Materials, among the main aims of launching the website is the need to allow customers know this company better and contact them directly. The website is also aimed at allowing SAM spread its wings and reach as many customers as possible.
True to its motto, "not just products, but trusts", the newly launched site shows SAM's dedication to offering excellent products to its customers. SAM's products are available in diversified shapes and also can be manufactured and supplied according to a client's requirement.
For more information, please contact
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM)
360 Goddard, Irvine, CA 92618 US
Tel: 1-949 407 8904
About Stanford Advanced Materials
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) Corporation is a global supplier of a series of pure metals, alloy More..s, ceramics and minerals such as oxides, chlorides, sulfides, oxysalts, etc. Our headquarter, located in Irvine, California, USA, was first established in 1994, starting to provide high-quality rare-earth products for research and development (R&D).Less..
Stanford Advanced Materials
Phone : 9494078904
Published On:February 17, 2014
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