Orbita Launch “Interactive” New Website

 02 Feb 2016     Going Places, Port Planning

Port and terminal automation provider and Port Technology Preferred Partner Orbita Ports & Terminals has announced that it has recently launched a new website, which enables its prospective customers to quickly and efficiently navigate through its content to view news, case studies and an extensive range of products.

The company has created a user-friendly interface, with a focus on visual content, having uploaded real-time videos to help its audience understand how each of its products work.

You can view the new Orbita website here

Business Development Engineer at Orbita, Laura Rodriguez Romo, said: “We have worked hard to achieve a very visual and user friendly interface that helps our visitors to navigate and quickly find the relevant information they are searching for.

“Real time video helps the audience to understand how each product works. Furthermore, additional sections such as news and events, a media room, customer cases and social media (including a twitter account) show a holistic view of who we are as a company.

Orbita Technical Paper: Big Data – The Revolution

“Together with a specific knowhow of the maritime sector, our expertise positions the company at the cutting edge of process design and the smart use of technology.

“The new website shows in a very interactive way the extensive range of products and solutions, customer cases and all the latest news and events. We are willing to transmit our values as a flexible design, service oriented company to whom clients come first.”

Review Orbita in the Port Technology Supplier Directory

Orbita Ports & Terminals provides automation engineering solutions based on a high level of experience coming from the most demanding industrial sectors, such as automotive, chemical or food and beverage.

Together with a specific know-how of the maritime sector, this expertise positions the company at the cutting edge of process design and smart use of technology.

Technical Paper: Ready for Automated Inspection

For all the latest on Orbita, click here