Leading camping brand OLPRO launches redesigned website

15th Jun

Worcester-based camping brand OLPRO has launched its newly designed website, which is packed full of new features to make the site even bigger and better than before.

OLPRO has launched the new website in celebration of the brand’s 10th year in business and its recent achievement of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade 2021. Some of the new website features include quick product customisation, the ability to filter products by review scores and the return of the popular Loan & Go rental service for UK customers.

Optimisations have also been made to ensure that the website is even more mobile-friendly and a ‘quick add’ feature has been included for people who want to add products to their basket without viewing further information. The website also has a dedicated menu for gift cards. 

Visitors will also be able to access live updates on how many trees OLPRO has planted as part of the company’s initiative to plant one tree for every tent and awning sold. The new ‘sustainability hub’ gives greater detail on OLPRO’s progress towards becoming a carbon-neutral company and details the role of sustainability from the manufacturing of products through to the sustainability practices in place at the company’s offices and warehouse.

Daniel Walton, founder of OLPRO, said: “We’re delighted to be able to launch our newly designed website. We’ve kept the customer in mind at every possible opportunity with this redevelopment and we are confident that it will provide the fast and smooth customer experience that we strive for here at OLPRO.

“More people are visiting our website than ever before, which was well recognised in our recent award win for the Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade, so it was important that we had a website which was fit for purpose for customers around the world.”

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