SurfaceScience Inc. Announces Launch of New Bilingual Website
Answering Rising Interest in SurfaceScience Brands, the Company Announces Launch of New Bilingual Website
SurfaceScience has built a catalog of diverse products that are in demand across Canada. To better serve its French-speaking customers, the company now offers its website in both of the nation’s languages.
London, Ontario - SurfaceScience Inc. announces launch of newly translated bilingual website.
In exciting news, Canadian-based company SurfaceScience Inc. recently announced its company website is now available in English and French. SurfaceScience’s brands include BioBrand®, Gardian HS Monitor™, Graffiti-Be-Gone, Gun-It™, OneCoat™, OneMop™, OneTab®, OneTab® PRO+, OneWipe™, and TotalSTOP™ DEET-Free Insect Repellent. With interest high for these brands in Quebec, the new French website is expected to make ordering more convenient for this valued section of the company’s customers.
“We are proud to be a Canadian company and to serve all of our country’s communities,” remarked a spokesperson from SurfaceScience. “We are happy to now also have our website in French and English. It’s part of our vision to exceed customer expectations in every way possible, and being able to read our website easily is a big part of that.”
According to the company, all its brands share a commitment to exceptional quality and taking an innovative approach to common concerns. These concerns exist in households and workplaces across the board, which makes having a multilingual website a smart choice.
The response to the new French language website has been very positive across the board.
“My family and I are very pleased with the results of using TotalSTOP from SurfaceScience. The wipes work perfectly and are affordable. It’s great to see they have other brands too. We will certainly explore them. We also appreciate that this is a Canadian company and that they offer a French option on the website. Consider us loyal customers!”
- Michel S., from Montreal
For more information be sure to visit www.surfacescience.ca.