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New website of Terram may push new marketing into France
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Oct '10
TERRAM, one of the world's leading manufacturers of geosynthetics has launched a new-look, customer focused website. Designed for use by ground engineers, civil engineers, specifiers and landscapers, the site presents detailed information, close-up photographs and illustrations of TERRAM's geotechnical solutions, which help minimise the environmental impact of construction.

The core product range featured on the site includes; geotextiles, geocomposites and geocells. An interactive system selector on the home page offers users sound technical advice on a range of civil engineering and building applications, including solving problems with soil reinforcement, ground stabilisation, filtration, drainage, protection and erosion control.

In addition, TERRAM have posted their new suite of technical design guides online covering the core products. They provide specifiers with information on which applications the products can be used along with useful design details. Reflecting the new marketing push into France, these are also available in French.

For four decades, Terram has been producing an extensive range of geotextiles to work across a variety of industry sectors including Building, Landscape, Civil Engineering, Railways, Highways, Coastal, Leisure and Renewable Energy, with the challenging task of providing engineering solutions that help minimise the environmental impact of construction - making major development projects both cleaner and greener.

TERRAM is a subsidiary of Fiberweb, a world leader in the supply of high performance, speciality nonwoven fabrics for the hygiene, medical, technical and industrial markets. From its Head Quarters located in Pontypool, South Wales, TERRAM manufactures and supplies a wide range of quality landscaping fabrics to meet the demands of consumers throughout the U.K and Europe, with supporting offices in Germany, France and Spain.

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