Sennebogen Launches Redesigned Website

New enhancements include Product Finder, web shop and customer service links.

December 21, 2012
Recycling Today Staff

Sennebogen of Straubing, Germany, has relaunched its website,, updating the design and adding new content such as an innovative Product Finder and Media Portal.

Visitors to will find a completely revised site with a wide range of new content and professional, easy-to-navigate menus. The new site is designed to serve as an information and communication platform for existing and potential SENNEBOGEN customers and business partners.

The company’s product lines, from material handlers to crawler cranes are explained at the site’s New Product area. Customers can also search for products by machine group, industry, or with the new Product Finder. With this tool, models can be categorized according to key attributes such as operating weight, lifting capacity, and design variant, and it is easy to narrow down the search to a specific area of application, the company says.

The product section also contains industry-specific recommendations, prestigious jobsite reports, and a photo gallery, as well as information on a wide range of used or ex-demonstration models that are available for sale.

The website’s new customer service link is designed to help connect visitors with the Sennebogen network of more than 300 service points operated by more than 120 sales partners worldwide. In just three clicks of a mouse, users can find a dealer using the animated world map, the company notes.

Other featured links include the Sennebogen media portal, offering jobsite reports, videos and downloads; and the trade show event calendar, presenting information on the forthcoming events where Sennebogen will have a presence.

The newly-designed Sennebogen web shop offers an entire collection of Sennebogen merchandise, including scale models, clothing and a variety of other items available for sale.

A mobile version of the site is coming soon, Sennebogen reports. The company also says that in 2013 additional pages and relevant reports will be added to the site.