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CTMA Launches Revamped, Rebranded Website
The Canadian Tooling & Machining Association (CTMA) has announced the launch of its revamped and rebranded website.
“We have been working hard over the last year to design a website that is faster, easier to navigate, and mobile-friendly!” said Robert Cattle, executive director.
Now, you can visit www.ctma.com on your laptop, smartphone, or tablet!
The goal of this newly-designed website was to provide visitors an easier way to learn about the CTMA and browse industry news specific to their interests—on any device. The new website provides CTMA members more opportunities to showcase their company news, easy access to the Members’ Area and outsourcing portal, member companies, events, and the Career-Ready with CTMA and Apprentice Award programs.
Back in March, the CTMA announced new branding and a new logo. The new website really showcases this new brand and demonstrates that the CTMA continues to grow and expand to better support its members and those in the industry, all while keeping some of the original components that have been around since the CTMA opened its doors in 1963, such as the four chips from the first CNC machine in Ontario that was used to design the original logo.
Amongst the new features, the site contains integrated social media buttons for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to foster improved communication. There is also an option to leave a review on Google, by clicking the Google icon.
“We will be constantly updating our content with new and relevant industry updates, member news, upcoming events & opportunities, helpful information, and company announcements,” said Cattle.
You can also sign up to receive the monthly Bits & Pieces e-newsletter or subscribe to the CTMA View magazine.
“The CTMA would like to thank all our members and sponsors for their continued support, and of course the web team, Mack and Andrew at OrcDen, for all their hard work in bringing our visions to life!” said Cattle.
Visit www.ctma.com for regular industry updates.