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Textile machinery manufacturer Rieter launches new website
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Dec '08
Rieter is now present on the Internet with a new, optimized website. Featuring an Open Source Content Management System, this website enables Rieter's extensive Internet data to be updated and managed more simply and cost-effectively.

The new website with clearly structured, user-friendly navigation enables visitors –customers, investors, media representatives, potential employees, interested members of the public – to find the contacts and information they seek in the group and both divisions, selectively and rapidly.

For customers of Textile Systems many items are also available in Chinese and Turkish as well as English and German. The fact that no software licenses are required for the new Typo3 content management system and the website can easily be updated and expanded in-house facilitates the user-focused and cost-effective further development of Rieter's digital platform.

Rieter will continuously expand and optimize its Internet offering in order to provide all interested parties with as comprehensive a picture of Rieter and its information offering as possible.

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