MISSISSAUGA, Ontario—The Rubber Association of Canada has launched a redesigned website that is more user-friendly and has more features than the RAC's previous website, the association said.
Unveiled Oct. 22, the new website showcases RAC member companies, features new and updated content and makes the RAC's many resources more accessible to website visitors, according to the RAC.
The RAC membership directory page features the logos and contact information for all RAC members, the association said.
The website also includes quick and easy links to industry and government websites, industry publications and every provincial scrap tire recycling agency in Canada.
The website's homepage will be updated regularly to provide links to relevant news articles, press and media releases, and resources related to the tire industry, it said.
"Redesigning a website is never easy, but we knew it had to be done if RAC was ever going to make our resource materials more readily available to consumers and industry partners," said RAC President Glenn Maidment in a news release.
The link for the RAC website, which can be found here, has not changed with the redesign, the RAC said.