MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. (April 12, 2005) — The National Automotive Radiator Service Association (NARSA) has reintroduced its Web site after an extensive redesign offering a number of user-friendly features.
NARSA calls its www.narsa.org site the “No.1 online resource for the heat transfer and engine cooling industry.” Highlights of the makeover include:
*“Ask a pro”—Giving consumers a way to e-mail NARSA professionals with service and repair questions;
*Membership information and applications for shop and associate (manufacturing) members;
*Subscription form and advertising information for the Automotive Cooling Journal, the monthly publication serving the heat transfer industry for nearly 50 years;
*Highlights from the journal for the current month;
*Board of directors and committee members contact information page;
*A members-only section including links to member benefits, copies of recent eNews e-mail bulletins, member surveys, other NARSA publications like Radiator Reporter and a board information-only page;
*New simplified member search;
*Comprehensive industry calendar of events; and
*An updated searchable library of technical and industry articles.
NARSA said additional features are still in the works including a Heavy Duty Certification Program resource center and opportunities for Web advertising.
The non-profit trade association, based in Mount Laurel, provides educational, technical, safety and marketing programs for individuals in the engine cooling and heat transfer industry. The group comprises 1,500 radiator specialists, manufacturers and suppliers in 42 countries.