Yorkshire digital marketing firm appointed to develop website for global manufacturer
A Yorkshire digital marketing and web design specialist has been appointed by global manufacturer Seal For Life to develop a new website.
The Mirfield based Fishtank Agency has a growing client roster including Britvic, City Taxis and Wigan Warriors. Located in The Netherlands, Seal For Life has offices worldwide and manufactures multiple coating technologies.
The manufacturer’s mission is to provide innovative products and systems to protect infrastructure based on various technology platforms, including corrosion prevention, fire & temperature protection, and cathodic prevention for energy, water, renewables, infrastructure, flooring and preservation applications.
The two businesses initially started working together 7 years ago after Seal For Life was acquired by Arsenal Capital, as part of the Berry Global Group. The creative agency will assist Seal For Life with developing and building a new company website and sub-brand microsites as well as continuing digital marketing services.
Founder and managing director at Fishtank Agency, Damien Fisher, said: “Seal For Life has seen incredible progress over the last 7 years.
“Due to this success, it requires a website more fitting of the company’s size and showcases the brand portfolio in the most impactful way possible. The team is so excited to get started with this project and start developing some ideas.”
Laura Hall of Seal For Life said: “After working with Fishtank for several years now, they have shown they really understand our brand and values, therefore, we are extremely confident that they will be able to revitalise our digital platforms to better represent what we offer as a brand.
“We have seen what has been achieved from their work with Berry Global Group and trust that they can do the same for us.”
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