Klear Vu Launches New Website, to Move Headquarters

Klear VuFALL RIVER, Mass.-Chair-pad manufacturer Klear Vu has unveiled a new website at klearvu.com and relocating its headquarters to a new facility here.

According to a company statement, Klear Vu worked with Mayo Studios for the site's development, including photography and web design, to provide "a fresh, contemporary look, reflecting Klear Vu's dedication to innovation, focus on product design and rich history." Its three key sections detail the company's products, the innovations it has introduced on its products and the company's focuses on quality manufacturing, design and corporate responsibility.

The new headquarters includes Klear Vu's manufacturing operations. It measures 170,000 square feet and is located on 15.5 acres. Bob Cooper, the company's president, said, "Our new factory offers efficiencies that will streamline our manufacturing and prepare Klear Vu for the future."

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