Malaysia-based nanotechnology service provider for the textile industry NanoTextile will unveil its new website encompassing business insights from its five-year journey. The new website features a simple, contemporary design with an updated portfolio, tools and effective navigation. It has also been optimised for Android and Apple users.
“NanoTextile wanted to give new experience to the viewers and clients to know more about us as we have interesting stories to tell and we need our website as a new way for our clients to engage with us. We have been fortunate in the past few years especially in 2020 where NanoTextile nabbed Nanotechnology – Apparel trophy in Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards. Hence, we want to give the audience an easy access to pertinent information quickly. At one time, it represents us, and our mission to tap on the innovative potential of nanotechnologies in functionalised textiles. By the time they (clients) click on our website, it will give them some sort of idea on what NanoTextile is,” said Dr Thomas Ong, chief executive officer of NanoTextile Sdn Bhd.
To support the affected business players in the textile industry during this pandemic COVID-19, the company provided pro bono consulting and advisory since 2020. Besides, viewers or clients can review it on its website if they are curious about business partnerships, the company said in a press release.
“Having our website is like our introduction card. In media platforms, as the world is revolving, so do us. We have included a new inquiries mode for our client; a single click determines whether you would want to commercialise using our technologies for your products or get advisory and consultation from us as we assist you based on your product range. Besides, we welcome collaboration with a higher organisation such as Research and Development (R&D) institutes and not to forget, the brand retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers. As we move forward into 2021 and beyond whilst still practicing the new norm, getting the idea about our services is vital. With our technologies, we enable business players to venture into a new demand such as our anti-bacterial technology,” the release said.
Moreover, the audience can now review consolidate featurettes such as press releases, interviews and success stories like recognitions across the world. The company’ new partnerships with Volvo Car Malaysia for example, is a click away from useful links to their sustainability principles by launching their premium Batik face mask infused with NanoTextile technology.
In terms of the website provider, we have worked closely with the team from Exabytes in terms of designing, copywriting and developing. Plus, Exabytes has also been trusted by 140,000 customers worldwide and it has created websites for high-end customers such as Royal Brunei Airlines, Abbott and Nando’s.