Global agriculture firm H.J. Baker launches new website
click image to zoomThe new H.J. Baker website Global agriculture firm H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc., has unveiled its new website www.HJBaker.com.
The new website has increased functionality that allows users to access information from across H.J. Baker’s operating groups with one click from the home page.
“We spent a considerable amount of time talking with our customers and employees about what they wanted to see on our new website," Steve Azzarello, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at H.J. Baker commented. "The overwhelming response was an enhanced user experience that quickly provides access to technical information. With social media increasingly used as the source of communication, we wanted to provide an easy to use portal to our social media channels.”
In addition to increased functionality, the company said the website provides users with easy access to technical information about all of H.J. Baker’s feed and fertilizer products. An improved media center allows users to easily view current press releases and industry news. The History section of our company highlights 160 years of working within the agriculture industry and an increasing global presence.
“I encourage you to visit our new website at www.HJBaker.com. Sign up on our Twitter, Facebook and YouTube accounts. Follow us on LinkedIn. Engagement with our customers is very important to us. Please let us know what is on your mind and check in frequently for updated content you won’t want to miss," Azzarello added.
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