General Kinematics Website Now Available in Multiple Languages

October 19, 2018

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General Kinematics Website Now Available in Multiple Languages
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Crystal Lake, IL-based General Kinematics announced Thursday that the extensive knowledge platform at, is now available in multiple languages to extend visibility to users across the globe. Available in English, Spanish, German, and Chinese (Mandarin), users are now able to find the information they need quickly. The project, in the works for over a year, will provide better service and support to GK equipment owners and GK employees from the European and Asian offices as well as representatives in countries around the world.

“It’s been an investment, however, we have made a wonderful improvement to the usability of our site” said the project’s leader, global marketing manager Amy Donahue-Kelley. “Users will have further access to all of our product information and be able to make more informed decisions.”

To view the site in your native language, visit your browser and choose your preferred translation. If you find things that you like or dislike, please let us know, your feedback is important to us.

General Kinematics Corporation, established in 1960, was established to market, design, and custom fabricate innovative vibratory materials handling and processing equipment. Today the company is one of the world’s largest suppliers of vibratory processing equipment, having held more than 200 worldwide patents, and is acknowledged as a major contributor to the technical advancement of vibrating equipment design and application.  

General Kinematics serves a worldwide customer base through a network of engineering-oriented independent sales representatives who cover major industrial markets throughout the United States. International markets are serviced from subsidiary operations and through a combination of representatives, licensed manufacturers, and strategic alliances with leading industry-specific organizations in other strategic locations. 

Today, over 50,000 General Kinematics units have been installed in virtually all of the world’s industrialized countries.  

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