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Westlock Wireless Monitoring System Website Now Available to Latin American Market
Westlock has announced that the Westlock wireless monitoring system website is now available in Spanish and Portuguese for customers in Latin America.
The site (www.breakfreefromwires.com) provides a dedicated hub offering visitors comprehensive information relating to the Westlock wireless monitoring system, its applications and the advantages of going wireless.
Latin American customers can access product brochures, data sheets and more at www.breakfreefromwires.com/es/, while those in Brazil can visit www.breakfreefromwires.com/br/. The Westlock wireless monitoring site profiles all the products available as part of the system and how they work together to provide a groundbreaking monitoring solution.
According to Paolo Baroni, Global Marketing Manager, Actuation & Controls, Pentair Valves & Controls, the Spanish and Portuguese sites are another step in Westlock's commitment to offering truly global solutions. "We understand the importance of speaking our customers' language," said Baroni. "[We] are dedicated to offering materials that are targeted to each region. With the support of a global network, combined with local knowledge, we are able to deliver the very best products and services to our customers, wherever they are in the world."
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