A More Valuable, User-Centric, and Responsive Resource – 16.01.2024 Secop Launches New Website

Secop Digital Marketing team and visuellverstehen GmbH agency, specialized in web development, are pleased to announce the launch of the Secop updated website!

The primary goal of the website redesign was to create a more valuable, user-centric, and responsive website across all platforms and devices. Specifically, we wanted to focus on making it easier for our users to learn and find valuable information about Secop cooling solutions for their applications or industry, not only on their desktop but also on mobile devices.

We have reorganized information into three business areas: Stationary Cooling, the market segment related to light commercial cooling solutions, Mobile Cooling, dedicated to cooling solutions related to the automotive industry, boats, and recreational vehicle, and Medical Cooling, with the cooling solutions for the medical cold chain.

The update has affected the Product Portfolio page as well, with a new layout to provide a clean overview of the Secop products and their performance data. The Product Series pages have been improved, to include all the information on a single page.

For detailed information please watch the introduction video to see all the main improvements.

Press Release PDF File
Press_release_Secop-new-website_01-2024.pdf

Video MP4 File (download with right-click)
Secop Launches New Website

About Secop
Secop is the expert for advanced hermetic compressor technologies and cooling solutions in commercial refrigeration.
We develop high performance stationary and mobile cooling solutions for leading international commercial refrigeration manufacturers and are the first choice when it comes to leading hermetic compressors and electronic controls for refrigeration solutions for light commercial and DC-powered applications.
The group has 1,080 employees worldwide with production sites in Slovakia and China as well as research centers in Germany, Austria, Slovakia, China, and the USA including a dedicated motor competence center (MCC) in Germany to support the development of electronics and motor controls.