Custom molded polyurethane manufacturer improves online presence
Online PR News – 08-September-2012 – Memphis, TN – (MEMPHIS, TN.) September 7, 2012 — Bailey-Parks Urethane launched a completely redesigned and revised website today. With streamlined navigation, an online quotation system and updated products and services listings, the new site makes it easier for Bailey-Parks customers to obtain estimates, ascertain the company’s capabilities and learn about the benefits of using polyurethane in industrial applications.
Bailey-Parks Urethane fabricates a wide variety of standard urethane products, including sheeting, pads, rods and tubes. Started in 1969 as a wheel and roller recovering outfit, the company has evolved into a turnkey urethane solution provider for a wide variety of manufacturing processes, including many utilized in the automotive, drilling and food industries.
Having developed advanced molding capabilities to create urethane products suited for a plethora of industrial applications, Bailey-Parks is equipped to design and fabricate custom urethane parts, most notably cable protectors, deboning belts, hydrocyclones and wiper blades. The new site’s online quoting system gives visitors instant access to these capabilities by providing them with a direct mechanism for engaging with Bailey-Parks’s sales and engineering teams.
“This is a great development that will allow us to better serve our customers’ needs and keep pace with the growing demand for custom urethane products,” says Bailey-Parks President and CEO Scott Bailey.
Visit www.baileyparks.com to learn more about Bailey-Parks Urethane and tour its new website.
About Bailey-Parks Urethane
Bailey-Parks Urethane provides custom urethane solutions for a wide variety of industry applications. Since 1969, the company has designed, engineered, produced and tested thousands of molded polyurethane products used in hundreds of manufacturing processes. With over 600 compounds and 27,000 unique items in its product database, Bailey-Parks is a leading provider of turnkey industrial urethane solutions. With very few exceptions, the company continues to make all of its molds, tooling and custom machines at its original plant in Memphis, Tn.