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New Kutol Website Is Content-Rich With Commercial Hand Soap Product Information And Sales Tools

Sharonville, OH --  Kutol Products Company launches a new content-rich website that provides a wealth of product information and tools for the proper selection of commercial hand soap, hand sanitizers, and hand hygiene dispensing systems.  The website’s streamlined navigation is graphically user-friendly and easily moves the visitor to product selection, cost comparisons, videos, installation sheets, product sheets, MSDS sheets, and an interactive rep locator map. 

“The purpose of our newly designed website is to provide comprehensive information about our products so distributors and their customers are confident in the hand hygiene solutions they choose for their particular needs,” states Dan Renner, marketing director of Kutol Products Company. “The information provided on our site is easy for visitors to find, informs them about the various features and benefits, and provides useful dispenser options and installation tips.”

The new Kutol Products Company website features a primary drop-down navigation bar that quickly displays the various informational pages with a secondary navigation bar on each page that provides a fast way to obtain additional product and industry information.  Hand soap products and dispensing systems are organized by type and application respectively with easy- to-follow cross reference charts.  Kutol provides hand hygiene solutions for many industries, including General Office/Restrooms, Education, Healthcare, Foodservice /Food Processing, Industrial/ Automotive, Public/Government/Military, Travel/Transportation / C-Stores, and Sports/Hospitality/Leisure.  Visit the market-specific webpages on the new website to learn more.

The Tools & Resources tab on the new website directs visitors to a wealth of product information, including a cost calculator that allows the visitor to compare the cost of Kutol products versus competitive items, product literature that can be downloaded from the site, as well as access to installation instructions and MSDS sheets.

The new website also hosts informational videos on the company, its products and installation procedures that can be viewed on the website or opened on YouTube for distributors to embed on their own websites.  Facility and housekeeping managers seeking various commercial hand cleaning products can access the unique Product Selector that filters through a series of preferences to arrive at an array of hand soap and hand sanitizer choices applicable to the user.

“In today’s competitive environment, it is advantageous for our sales reps and customers to have easy access to product information and helpful tools to make quick and informed decisions,” notes Renner. “The materials on our new website quickly guide the visitor to pertinent information about our complete line of hand soaps, hand sanitizers, dispensing systems, and specialty skin care products.”

Experience the content-richness of the new Kutol Products Company website at http://www.kutol.com.

About KUTOL Products Company
Since 1912, KUTOL Products Company has enjoyed an excellent reputation for providing quality hand soaps, hand sanitizers and soap dispensing systems for commercial use. From manufacturing facilities and industrial plants, to healthcare and food service facilities, to office and school restrooms, KUTOL offers hand hygiene products for every need, and dispensing systems that stand up under the heaviest usage. The company manufactures hundreds of different hand hygiene products from moisturizing liquid soap to hard-working pumice-based options.  There is a full range of antibacterial soaps and sanitizing foams and gels, as well as environmentally certified, Green Seal, USDA BioPreferred and EcoLogo approved products. The company manufactures 100% of its products in its LEED Silver Certified, FDA-registered facility in Sharonville, Ohio, following the most stringent government guidelines.

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