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DYNATEK Articulated Loading Systems Launches New Web Site

DYNATEK Articulated Loading Systems Launches New Web Site

DYNATEK’s efforts to update and strengthen its market presence has taken another step forward with the launch of its new Web site at www.dynatekloadingsystems.com.
  
According Gary Kuehneman, director of sales and marketing, “DYNATEK’s Web site was redesigned from scratch. It’s informative, very easy to navigate, and designed to benefit both potential and existing customers. I’m particularly excited about the User Portal the site contains. Each DYNATEK customer can log in to an area that’s specific to their company and the orders they’ve placed. Once logged in, they’ll have 24/7, 365 access to copies of operator manuals, technical drawings, training aids, service bulletins, and other information that is specific to their orders and systems. We set out to create a dynamic site that could deliver value to our customers and potential customers every day and I believe we’ve succeeded.”  

DYNATEK Loading Systems, a division of D&D Products, designs and builds articulated truck-, railcar-, and barge-loading systems based on auger, belt, drag, and air slide conveyor technologies. DYNATEK Loading Systems are currently being used throughout North America and Europe to load materials like DDGS, alumina, fertilizer, soy meal, and calcium carbonate at rates up to 25,000 cu ft/hr. 

To learn more about DYNATEK Articulated Loading Systems or to discuss a specific application, contact Gary Kuehneman at 888-853-5444 or [email protected], or visit www.dynatekloadingsystems.com.

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