CRGI Launches New Website

Canada Rubber Group Inc. (CRGI) is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. A fresh design, and improved navigation for information on products and services, offers visitors to a better user experience.

“Our new website better captures the look and spirit of the Canada Rubber Group Inc. brand, and integrates our corporate philosophy and values throughout the site,” commented CRGI president, Gord Sirrs. “As a progressive and innovative company, we are excited to launch our new website and communicate our brand. With more than 25 years of experience in the rubber industry, we have a deep understanding of our customers’ needs and wants when it comes to fabricated rubber products. We worked diligently to make our website informative, interactive and user-friendly, while incorporating our company’s history and vibrant culture.”

From the home page of the website, customers can easily view the extensive range of rubber products that CRGI offers. These include precision-cut gaskets and seals, rubber automotive parts and components, and custom fabricated rubber products. Customers can also view the wide array of elastomers, transparent conductive films, and other materials which CRGI supplies or uses to fabricate products for customers.

The new website was designed to meet the requirements of CRGI’s increasingly digital customer base. The site can be viewed on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices without loss of functionality. Other features of the new site include an informative blog and downloadable material specifications and data.

About Canada Rubber Group Inc.

Canada Rubber Group Inc. is a leading provider of fabricated rubber products and solutions. Based outside Toronto, Ontario, CRGI manufactures high-quality gaskets and seals, automotive parts and components, flexible doors, and custom fabricated rubber products. The company draws on 25-plus years of experience in producing fabricated products from a variety of materials, including rubber compounds, foam and sponge, and other substrates.

For further information, contact CRGI at