Metal Fabrication Company Noble Industries Launches New Website With Enhanced Navigation Features
Noblesville, IN July 28, 2011 – Noble Industries announced the launching of their new website. The Indiana based company known for its metal fabrication services has made the website live and are excited about the new look.
"The new site will provide added convenience for our customers and provide a new face for our cutting edge company," said a spokesperson. The website is now live and fully operational. "The new features have already helped us to reach out to new clients and we are receiving positive feedback from our current ones."
Noble Industries has been around for quite some time. Noble was started in 1968 by William and Anita Parker, when they began making metal aquarium stands on a part time basis. The business has continued to grow steadily since that time and now occupies a 70,000 square foot facility with over 60 employees.
In 1980, Noble Industries received a big boost when they began metal fabrication services for the military. They had previously updated their facilities to include powder coating and CNC punching which allowed them to win such a large contract. During the "CNC era," as it came to be called, Noble began production on military shipping containers that could be sealed and pressurized to protect the transmission of the M1 Tank. Similar containers were also manufactured by Noble for jet engines.
Noble moved into the 21st century seamlessly by updating their metal fabrication to include state-of-the-art laser cutting and panel punching machines. According to Noble Industries, they don't plan on resting on their laurels anytime soon. "We are constantly looking for new ways to innovate and create new solutions to meet our customer's needs."
Noble Industries is recognized for its many capabilities. They have delivered metal fabrication products to almost every industry including light vehicle, military, medical, industrial, aerospace, dental equipment and agriculture to name a few. With the launch of the new website, Noble Industries hopes to reach out to even more industries and to continue expanding its services.
Noble also offers logistical support that they claim "allows customers the freedom to focus on core competencies." They boast loading docks for box trucks and tractor trailers and they offer shipping for local deliveries.
For additional information on the launch of the Noble Industries website please visit www.nobleindustries.com.
About Noble Industries:
Noble Industries is one of the largest and most diverse metal fabrication companies in the Midwest. Founded in 1969, Noble Industries has been providing cutting edge metal fabrication and manufacturing solutions for over 40 years. Through leadership and training they continue to provide superior services and products for a devoted customer base.