Moses Lake Industries ZLCMS Website Launch

MLI Launch

Moses Lake Industries (MLI) was established in 1984 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tama Chemicals. With an unparalleled commitment to customers and focus on innovation, they  have grown to be a leading global supplier of high-performance chemical solutions to the semiconductor and flat panel industries.

Zipline’s working relationship with MLI goes back several years. We developed their previous site well before mobile browsers became mainstream. With the massive growth of both mobile browsing and MLI, it had became time to refresh their online experience. After the success of their previous website, MLI decided to once again tap our team, this time for both a new logo and new, responsive website. We worked with the team at MLI to plan and design a new brand platform that helps MLI attract the high-end clientele they are seeking to reach.

We’ve accomplished this in part by utilizing our own ZLCMS, a CMS built by Zipline that can be customized for anything. The ZLCMS is so easy to use that you don’t need professional assistance to update it. Our ZLCMS designs are always clear, sleek, and responsive by default, so your business’ site can be viewed on any device, anywhere, anytime.

Moses Lake Industries’ new website is now available online for your viewing pleasure. If this looks like something you’d like for your business, contact us– we don’t charge for consultations.


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