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We are pleased to say our latest project with Astra Attachment Solutions is now live!

Astra Website launch: the comeback


Posted 31 Jan 2020
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One of the things we pride ourself the most on is building strong and lasting relationships with our clients. Back in 2013 we built a website for a brand called Astra Attachment Solutions. They are the UK’s sole distributor for many of the world’s leading manufacturers of hydraulic excavator attachments.

Fatheads built Astra’s first website 7 years ago when the company was in its infancy, they helped create a professional, functional site and were great to work with.

The company later moved to Scotland, however our old friends have recently come back to Manchester, and they reached out to us to redevelop their website once more. We are really proud with the results, which you can take a look at here

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Charlotte Evans, the Marketing & Account Manager at Astra said: 

They’ve built a new, larger site for Astra – as we’ve grown considerably as a company and undergone a re-brand…Once again from design concepts, to the building of the site they are great to deal with and very reasonably priced."

We truly enjoyed joining Astra once more and helping them have the website they envisioned. If you would like to give your website a re-brand, please don't hesitate to reach out! Contact us here.

 

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