Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies redesigns website

Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies shows off redesigned website

Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies, a Great Dane company, announced the launch of its redesigned website, which can be found at www.johnsontruckbodies.com. Johnson noted that the new site is streamlined to provide a user-friendly experience and deliver quick, easy access to essential product information.

In addition to improved functionality, the updated aesthetics are now more visually inviting and consistent with the sleek look and feel of Great Dane’s website, said the refrigerated truck body manufacturer.

“The two immediate goals of the redesign are to provide consistency and to inform users about the distinct advantages of Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies,” said Mayo Rude, vice president of sales and marketing. “Ultimately, the website is an invitation to explore our innovative products and an extension of the unprecedented level of customer support we provide at Johnson.”

 

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