In-Brief

Puerto Rico Supplies unveils redesigned website

The website runs on HTML5 and CSS3 programming, that allows it to adapt to almost every device and allows the company to upgrade without having to create a new page each time a change is required. The website runs on HTML5 and CSS3 programming, that allows it to adapt to almost every device and allows the company to upgrade without having to create a new page each time a change is required.

Puerto Rico Supplies Group recently unveiled its redesigned company website, which incorporates the latest advances in programming technology and a dynamic design that reflects the local distributor’s “forward-looking thinking, continuous growth and leadership in the local industry.”

“As a visionary company, at Puerto Rico Supplies Group we recognize the great value and importance of our website as a business tool. More than a corporate presentation element, it’s a vehicle to open new opportunities and expand our business horizons,” said Gloria Castillo, director of marketing and corporate relations at Puerto Rico Supplies Group, one of the largest business groups on the island with annual sales exceeding $430 million.

The website runs on HTML5 and CSS3 programming, that allows it to adapt to almost every device and allows the company to upgrade without having to create a new page each time a change is required. The redesign was done by Contáctica Interactive.

Puerto Rico Supplies Group has four business units and employes about 800 people. It is the local distributor of brands such as: Lorillard Tobacco, Borden, Filler, Fiesta, Moro, Unilever, Nestlé, Simply, Alberto Culver, Lactovit, among others.

Author Details
Business reporter with 25 years of experience writing for weekly and daily newspapers, as well as trade publications in Puerto Rico. My list of former employers includes Caribbean Business, The San Juan Star, and the Puerto Rico Daily Sun, among others. My areas of expertise include telecommunications, technology, retail, agriculture, tourism, banking and most other areas of the economy.

Can we count on you?

As recent events have shown us, independent and responsible journalism is more important than ever. That’s why your support is very necessary to ensure that we will be around for a while!

We want to stay true to our mission of delivering quality journalism…for that, we count on your support. Every contribution, big or small, is greatly appreciated!

Use the PayPal button below and contribute today!


Comment here