CARAVAN COMPONENT MANUFACTURER Dometic has launched a new website to help caravanners.

The my-caravanning site brings
information about products made by Dometic's various divisions into one easily navigable site.

CARAVAN COMPONENT MANUFACTURER Dometic has launched a new website to help caravanners. 

 

The my-caravanning site brings Dometic my-caravanning website
information about products made by Dometic's various divisions into one easily navigable site.

 

In the UK, the company's fridges and Seitz Heki roof vents are very well known, but under the Waeco brand, it markets a wide range of other equipment such as reversing cameras and inverters. These are all easily found and researched on the new site. As well as product and technical information, there is a useful facility to find a local Dometic workshop or dealer using a postcode search.

 

Alan Diamond, Dometic UK’s Marketing Manager, said: “With so many products for different divisions, having a website focused solely on camping and caravanning means that end users can quickly and easily find the product they are looking for and the information that they need. We are delighted with the new site and have already had excellent feedback from our customers.”

 

Vist the site at www.my-caravanning.com

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