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King Engine Bearings Launches New Website

King Engine Bearings has just launched its new website featuring an updated visual design and easier navigation for visitors. Much of the technical information and content on the site has been updated and enhanced to reflect King’s current products and technical specifications. The new website’s format allows King to share the benefits of their newest bearing designs and materials.

King Engine Bearing Specialist LogoKing Engine Bearings has just launched its new website featuring an updated visual design and easier navigation for visitors. Much of the technical information and content on the site has been updated and enhanced to reflect King’s current products and technical specifications. The new website’s format allows King to share the benefits of their newest bearing designs and materials.

“King’s new website provides us with an upgraded platform to better explain the benefits of our bearings and allows us to display our newest designs and materials,” says Meytal Snir Gal, marketing manager, King Bearings. “The new design and website format aligns with King’s future plans and provides us a solid foundation on which we can build upon as we move forward.”

King’s new website explains, with more details than before, the technical advantages and features unique to King, such as the pMax Black metal structure for greater load capacity, and King’s Bull’s Eye Tolerance that provides industry leading accuracy.

Visit the new website here: www.kingbearings.com

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